According to African traditions, a boy Brian’s age is supposed to have his own room outside the family house. This room, known as a simba, is meant to give the young man some autonomy and it is a revered practice among many Kenyan tribes. Brian, however, does not have that […]
Peter is the only son to his single mother. He is a hardworking 13-year-old boy who managed to score a 317 on his KCPEs, a solid grade that granted him entry to Stephjoy Boy’s High School at the beginning of 2018. He was referred to us by three independent sources: […]
Our program continues to grow! We’ve added a new face to our ranks as a Program Coordinator here in Texas. Her name is Brenda, and she will be communicating updates about the program and students to our sponsors and supporters, as well as working closely with the team in Kenya.
Meet Lily, our newest Moja Tu staff member! Lily lives in Nairobi and will be heading the Kenyan marketing team moving forward. She’d love to say hello!
“Back in 2015, I received a call from Moja Tu’s program manager Margaret. Margie, as we fondly know her, wanted a favor.
“Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.”
If it weren’t for Moja Tu, Samuel Wachira and Johnstone Mbondo’s paths might not have crossed. The two friends, who were
Meet Maria, a second-year student at Kenyatta University earning a Bachelor in communication and media studies. Maria says that it is a miracle that she finally found a spot at a good university to continue her education. As a form 4 graduate, Maria earned a solid grade which guaranteed
A new job position with Moja Tu has opened up!
The Moja Tu Program Coordinator is responsible for a variety of tasks across the company. These include: communicating and working with sponsors, board members, and other Moja Tu team members; organizing and tracking payments and donations across several different platforms;
Affected by the global outbreak of COVID-19 and a huge locust infestation that swept through the country earlier this year, many Kenyan families have been struggling to get by even more than usual. After losing a huge percentage of crops, which subsistence farmers rely on for food and income,
Today (April 7th, 2020) is UN World Health Day. Now, more than ever, it is important for all of us to protect ourselves and the most vulnerable members of our communities by paying close attention to our health. Check out the measures the citizens of Kenya have taken to
Access to quality education is a fundamental right that every child should enjoy. When we educate our younger generations, we secure the future of the world. For Elizabeth, things were difficult once she joined high school. At first, her brother had to drop out of school so that her