November is National Gratitude Month, and we want to show our gratitude! Isn’t it refreshing how something as simple as gratitude can give new meaning to life? Research shows that people who practice gratitude every day are not only happier but also healthier. Today is the world’s gratitude day, and
Faith just recently completed her high school education. She scored an impressive grade in her final exams, effectively earning herself a spot at the university to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry.
Her role model is Mildred Fay Jefferson, The first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School, the
David is a first-year student at Kibabii University, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Cooperative and Entrepreneurship Management. When you first interact with David, you will notice his brilliant smile and friendly character.
Over the years, he has become a confident, ambitious, disciplined, and responsible young man.
He joined the
Sharon is a brilliant young girl currently in university pursuing a degree in math and computer science. She joined Moja Tu in 2016, and the organization could not be prouder of the progress she has made over the years and her outstanding academic performance. Sharon is a model student, grateful
The gift that never stops giving
When Paula Juba first heard about Moja Tu, she was taken in with the sponsorship model that directly impacted the lives of the children she sponsored. Nine years later, Paula is still going strong, and she says she is not going to stop any
Bridget is currently a third-year actuarial science student at Kisii University. When she completed her primary schooling, she passed with flying colors and secured a position at a good high school. Unable to meet the cost of her secondary education, her parents enlisted the help of neighbors who worked to
What is Moja Tu’s mission as a nonprofit organization?
Our mission is to end the cycle of poverty through educational opportunities for young students who have financial needs, are strong performers, willing to work hard and change their lives forever. We see education as a beacon of hope, enabling the
Kelvin’s tenure with Moja Tu goes back to 2013 when the organization was just founded. He is one of our pioneer students, and now, the time has come for him to transition to an alumnus and make the most out of his career. Kelvin’s journey with Moja Tu started out
At Moja Tu, we are intentional about recognizing, celebrating and nurturing outstanding students be it in academics, creative arts and athletics. We fondly refer to them as Moja Tu rising stars. These are students who make things happen, are highly committed to achieving goals, innovate rapidly, and create a great
From the moment you meet Wilter, you will realize there’s something different about her. It could be her confidence when she greets you or even her well-measured words when you speak to her. Whatever it is, everyone who knows Wilter will tell you that she is wise beyond her years.