Here at Moja Tu, we are always on the lookout for great examples for our students to follow. Recently, we learned about the life and achievements of Tegla Loroupe, one of Kenya’s most successful athletes. Tegla is not simply an accomplished long-distance track runner – she is also
Edwin was one of our first students to join a university. Over the years, we have watched Edwin grow from a fresh young mind in his first year of higher education to a wise young man, ready to join the work force. He is a high-achieving student who earns excellent
Originally from the Samburu tribe, Peter knows very well how little education is valued in his community, let alone how difficult is to raise the money to send children to school. Therefore, he takes his opportunity for sponsorship to finish his schooling very seriously. Last year, Peter took his education
One of our very own board members and sponsors, Christie, was recently featured in Kenya’s Parents’ Magazine. Check out her interview here!
We are astounded by Christie’s dedication to Moja Tu, and to her sponsored students. Here’s to many more wonderful years with you on board, Christie!
Our Nature Day trip was a success!! Our students had such a fantastic time touring the Tsavo West National Park. Thank you to everybody who donated and made this trip possible, we sincerely appreciate it. We know this trip was a memorable life experience for our students.
We started our
Susan comes from a humble family in the rural Tawa area of Makueni County. Her parents are both peasant farmers, and Susan often has to devote most of her time to helping with farm work and attending to household chores, rather than focusing on her studies. Despite her difficult home
Catherine is a confident, hardworking student who has recently joined our program. She hopes she can find a sponsor/mentor to help her to continue to attend class 8 as she is well aware that education is indispensable. It is her goal to become a social worker to help improve the
Kenya has earned medals in the IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federation) world championships. Kenya’s Rugby Team, Shujaa, won the Singapore Sevens Cup making international history and toppling traditional sports giants such as the USA. These successes were received with great pride and celebration in Kenya. The nation gained respect
Janet is a remarkable girl from the village of Tawa in rural Makueni County in Kenya. When Moja Tu first met Janet, her single mother was struggling to provide for her family in addition to caring for her elderly ill mother. The family relied mainly on farm food to get
There is a vast difference between Kenya’s educational system and the United States public education. In Kenya students go to Primary school for 8 years which would be considered Elementary and Middle school in the United States. Did you know in Kenya public education is not free? Parents are required