The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated on February 11 each year. This day is an opportunity to recognize the critical role women and girls play in science and technology communities, as well as in sustainable development. At Moja Tu, we try our best to expose
The COVID-19 crisis has taken a psychological toll on people of all ages. Though the pandemic has disrupted our lives, we have also had the opportunity to learn so much about ourselves. This time in lockdown has allowed us to unlock our potential and seek new ways of keeping our
Giving vulnerable and abandoned children a second chance at life
Dream Children’s Home was founded in 2004 by Rachel and her husband Stephen. For Rachel, who is fondly referred to as mum Rachel, this was a childhood aspiration.
Rachel grew up in a single-parent home. They lived in a
Providing a safe haven for children in need
Sons of Manaseh Children’s Home was founded by Beatrice and her late husband Joseph. The couple had a passion for reaching out to the poor and vulnerable in the society, which led them to share the Children Bible Club’s Gospel with vulnerable
Excited to be going back to school
Purity Wairimu is a form two student at the prestigious Tumutumu Girls’ High School. Like everyone else, the COVID-19 pandemic dealt her a huge blow but she chose to bend with the wind, so to speak, and not break.
“A lot has changed.
When the first COVID-19 case was reported in Kenya in March 2020, the government moved swiftly to curb the spread of the then little known but fatal virus. One of the measures taken was closing learning institutions.
As everyone came to terms with the disruptions, learning institutions adapted new ways
Kenyan schools were shut down in March 2020 after the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the country. When it was clear that the virus was here to stay, the government formed a task force to oversee how learning would resume amid the pandemic.
In September 2020, learning
He has grown with his struggling single mum after the passing on of their dad. They live close to Dream home in a rental house and the mom sends the two children to eat at dream and come home in the evening. He survived through secondary school by help from […]
Jeremiah lost both of his parents to HIV/AIDS, his father in 2006 and mother in 2008. Afterwards he was left under the care of his relatives. Since he comes from Maasai community, where young boys are forced to herd cattle for money instead of going to school, the relatives opted
From a large family of 8, she is determined to be the first to join Secondary school as the struggle back home is more for food than for education. She is very smart and eligible to join a good secondary school next year.