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Trip Recap: Kenya 2019!

Trip Recap: Kenya 2019!

We set out for Kenya on the afternoon of April 20thfrom Austin, TX. We couldn’t wait to see the students again after almost a year apart! After a full day of traveling, we finally touched down in Kenya at 9pm on April 21st, where we were greeted by an

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Meet Eunice

Meet Eunice

Eunice graduated from secondary school three years ago, but was not able to afford the school fees to continue on to university right away. This was not the end of Eunice’s dream of earning a good education, however. She moved from relative to relative after high school, trying

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Meet Audrey

Meet Audrey

Born and raised in the rural parts of Laikipia, Audrey’s parents divorced and her mother left to seek employment in the city, leaving Audrey and her siblings to be raised by their aging grandmother. Audrey joined secondary school at the start of the year after earning a high grade on

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Meet Anastacia

Meet Anastacia

It is a sad truth that simply because a student is bright and eager to learn does not mean that they will be able to stay in school. This was the case for Anastacia, who unfortunately had to miss most of the first term of the 2019 school year due

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Meet Irene

Meet Irene

 Irene is currently a form 2 student at Graceland Girls Senior School, where she attends high school alongside most of our other Moja Tu female students. Here, she has been excelling in the majority of her classes, which include English, Chemistry, Business Studies, and History. Irene is originally from Laikipia

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Esther’s Future

Esther’s Future

Esther is a class six student at Olchoro Nyori Primary school. She recently finished the first term of the 2019 school year and is now on holiday. She is looking forward to spending her holiday playing with her friends at Sons of Manaseh Children’s Home. Here’s what Esther told

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Meet Margie, Our Secret Weapon!

Meet Margie, Our Secret Weapon!

For the past 6 years, Moja Tu has cemented its position as a champion of education. We have been able to provide nearly 200 students in Kenya with the quality education they deserve. You may wonder how we have been able to keep up with all these students, and

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Meet Dinel

Meet Dinel

Born and raised in rural Kenya, Dinel’s parents often struggled to feed their children. Despite the desperate situation at home, Dinel was able to finish her primary schooling, though she often had to miss class in order to help her family get by. Dinel was helped by her

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Peter’s Hope

Peter’s Hope

Peter is a form three student at Njabini Boys’ High School. Peter and his mother are from isolated rural Kenya, and often went days without eating due to their impoverished situation. They survived on the donations of well-wishers, and his mother’s meager income. Peter knew that finishing his education was

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Care Package Donations

Care Package Donations

As you might have guessed, it takes a lot of elbow grease to create care packages for over 150 students! These bags of goodies make our students feel loved, so we try not to skimp when it comes to giving our students their gifts. Are you interested in helping us

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