The future is never certain. Navigating the many obstacles that life can throw your way in pursuit of your goals can be quite scary and seem near impossible without the right tools to help you along. Moja Tu hopes to arm our students with quality educations to help them on
It has been three years since Dinel started her journey with Moja Tu. Over the years we have watched her blossom from a young girl uncertain about her future into a responsible woman, enthusiastic and hopeful about where she is headed in life. After graduating from high school at
Through her years of schooling as a Moja Tu student, Bridget has learned that consistency is key. You will never fail if you continue to show up with intention and focus. It was with this attitude that Bridget was able to join Kisii University in September to pursue a
As one of the pioneer students of our program, Collins’ case has always been a special one to us. When we first met him six years ago, he was a young boy in primary school, unsure of how he would be able to continue his education after taking the
Success is never an accident. It’s born out of hard work, determination, sacrifice, and most of all passion. Magdaline, one of our newest university students, knows all about what it takes to succeed, and she’s ready to implement these values during her university career.
We met Magdaline back in
“Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true” –Leon Joseph.
With the right focus and determination, one is destined to succeed. All of the students in the Moja Tu program have shown us that they are dedicated to improving
Here at Moja Tu, we are always looking for ways to help students all over Kenya succeed. For some, this means supplying basic necessities, such as textbooks, backpacks, pens, notebooks, shoes, uniforms, mattresses, trunks, toothbrushes, and a myriad number of other items that are vital to a student’s
Originally from Laikipia county, Agnes has always been a dreamer. Her dreams were amplified by the programs she listened to on the radio, and she knew for sure there were more options for her life than following in her older siblings’ footsteps. All of them had either married young or
One of the youngest in a family of eight, Amos grew up worrying that he would undergo the same fate that befell his elder siblings, who, despite performing relatively well in school, couldn’t proceed with their education beyond class eight. The family’s financial constraints meant that they could not afford
Amos is smart, hard-working young man, and has a good academic standing. At his end of term one exams, he scored 390 out of 500 marks, making him an A student and putting him at the top of his class. With such a performance, it is without doubt that Amos