Peter and his four siblings lost their mother when he was just two years old, and their father abandoned them not long after. As such, the family have lived at Dream Children’s Home for the past 13 years, where Peter, the youngest of the five, has taken it
Confident, smart, and beautiful are just a few words to describe Purity. This recent class 8 graduate is determined to become the best version of herself, and she knows that education is the only way to achieve this goal.
Purity is the top girl at Dream Children’s Home.
Grace refers to education as “the light of my life.” As an active participant in the goings-ons of her community, she is well-aware of the challenges that many people in her society face. Grace loves to help those less fortunate than her; she can often be found mentoring
Travis’s cousins, Leon and Kelvin, have already found help through Moja Tu to continue their secondary educations. Now that he has graduated from primary school, Travis is ready to find a sponsor of his own to help him with school fees and encourage him to do his best
One of the many bright minds living at Sons of Manaseh Children’s Home, Faith is looking for someone to help her continue her education through the secondary, and eventually university, levels. According to Faith, education is vital not only for the knowledge you gain about many different subjects,
Born and raised in the slums of Nairobi, Maria managed to finish her primary and secondary schooling, though her attendance was always on and off. Her parents are both day laborers who had no means to keep both Maria and her sister in school. The family depended on
Charles is a standard 8 pupil at Real Peak Education Center in Nairobi. He attained a mean grade of 392 out of 500 marks in his last round of exams, making him a strong contender in the upcoming KCPE exams.
Like most candidates sitting their exams this year,
Jedidah, a standard eight pupil, is a true environmentalist at heart. As the prefect in charge of environmental conservation at her school, Jedidah has been instrumental in leading her class mates in planting trees and cleaning up her school’s grounds. Not content with doing the bare minimum, Jedidah
In traditional African societies, male children are highly valued. A party is often held for the birth of a boy. Unfortunately, the same cannot often be said for the birth of a female child. In this case, women may even be driven out of their homes for failing
Collins’ education is in jeopardy. A class 8 pupil at Baraka Benchmark Academy, he was able to navigate his primary school years with support from his family friends and teachers, who were very impressed with his high grades. Unfortunately, this support cannot take him all the way to