Moja Tu

A Look Back at 2022

This year is quickly coming to a close and, as an organization, we cannot help but be grateful for all our achievements over the last 12 months. We are happy to announce that all our students have the grades necessary to move to the next level of their education. Because of the support of all our sponsors and donors, all our students were equipped with everything they needed to succeed in their studies.

David in action while playing table tennis

Some of our students took time to share with us how they have succeeded this year:

One of our university students, David, says he has grown tremendously both physically and mentally this past year. He said he is in a better place mentally and this has enabled him to seamlessly pursue his passion in sports as well as his education. “I am proud of myself for balancing schoolwork and table tennis. I was overjoyed to learn that I was one of only three students chosen to represent my school in the upcoming East African Games,” he shares joyously, adding that his school grades are also looking good.

Angeline

Angeline is a second-year university student majoring in math and computer science. She is grateful that she mastered software development this year. She was struggling early in the year with learning to code and she’s very proud of herself for having finally conquered her struggles. She is also happy that being in university has taught her to be more independent. “Living alone and being able to choose right over wrong is something anyone should be proud of. So yes, I am proud to be making the right choices, and prioritizing my studies,” she shares.

Peter

For Peter, the mentorship sessions have been his biggest win this year. “When I signed up for mentorship late last year, my goal was to get help working on my confidence. I am happy to report that I was able to achieve my goal. The support was timely as I became involved in school politics this year. This involvement required me to do a lot of public speaking and impress panelists who were conducting interviews. I am happy to report that not only did I pass the interviews, but I also emerged as the best public speaker!” he says excitedly.

Everyone at Moja Tu is happy to witness our students’ growth over the year, and we look forward to what the New Year will hold for us. Thank you to all our supporters!

Joy Katanu