Esther has lived at Sons of Manasseh for the majority of her life. She has always been a calm, and quiet girl. Over the years we have seen her grow, and blossom into a confident young lady. Who has become a strong remodel for the kids at the Sons of Manasseh
Hearts, flowers, chocolates, and Love, are some of the staples typically seen in Western countries around this time. However, not everybody celebrates Valentine’s Day in this manner. In Kenya, the public celebration of romance and love between couples is not the norm, it is actually seen as a taboo.
The National Examination is a high school exit level exam, it is usually referred to as KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education). These scores are used when the students apply to Universities. This year the KCSE was highly regulated. Due to these changes in the KCSE, on a national level,
Upon visiting Mary Leakey Girls High School on our April trip, we heard the sad story of Josephine from the principal. Coming from a troubled family, Josephine was on the verge of dropping out of school, as her mother could no longer afford the necessary fees. Josephine was brought into
Joshua is currently a university student from our 2016 high school graduating class. He is one of our pioneer students, and was able to start and finish high school with the help of a sponsor.
In Kenya, students can either join a university or a college to earn their
My name is Kelvin Muriithi, and I am a student at Zetech University in Kenya. I joined Moja Tu in 2014, when I was in form 2, and my sponsor is Melissa. It’s been a long journey since I first joined this organization, and I am so grateful that Moja
“Hard times strengthen us.”
This saying has gotten Beatrice, the director of Sons of Manaseh, one of our partner children’s homes, through the worst of times. It began in 2014, when her husband, the founder of the children’s home, passed away. He was a dedicated man who was called to
Jambo, friends! Can you believe we’re wrapping up the year already? 2017 was a year full of new beginnings, new opportunities, and new faces for Moja Tu. This year, we…
Expanded our team to support our growing population of sponsored students
Our sponsored students grew by 30 students from
Currently a form three student set to finish her secondary school journey next year, Bridget remembers very well how hard life was adjusting to secondary school, before she found a sponsor. She was barely in school for a month before she was sent home due to outstanding school fees. She
As Moja Tu grows, we will be adding some friendly faces to our staff to help facilitate our activities and work with our students and sponsors alike. Meet our newest addition to the Moja Tu family, Karla!
I’m Karla. I’m currently a student at Austin Community Collage studying Marketing.