Wilter is the oldest of three sisters, and recently graduated top of her class from Lekuruki Primary School at Dream Children’s Home. Wilter and her sisters came to live at Dream when their mother realized that she could not give them a stable home life on her meager salary.
2019 is a momentous year for Moja Tu: we have now been helping students in Kenya earn their education for 6 years! For 6 years, we have worked tirelessly to make the world a better place by helping young students in Kenya finish their education. As our birthday month
Kelvin is one of our pioneer students and has been sponsored for six years. He just completed his artisan certificate in electrical engineering at Nkabune Training Institute. He is super excited to be progressing to his next level of education: earning a diploma in electrical engineering. These past 6
Samuel has come a long way in his time with Moja Tu. When we first met him as a form 2 student in 2015, he had no hope of moving forward with his education without outside help. Luckily, a kind sponsor helped Samuel graduate high school, and he
We hope you’ve enjoyed your first few days of 2019, and we want to thank you for all the support you’ve given us over the past 6 years. We could not continue to help our students continue to get their education without your help, and we can never repay you
Peter and his four siblings lost their mother when he was just two years old, and their father abandoned them not long after. As such, the family have lived at Dream Children’s Home for the past 13 years, where Peter, the youngest of the five, has taken it
Confident, smart, and beautiful are just a few words to describe Purity. This recent class 8 graduate is determined to become the best version of herself, and she knows that education is the only way to achieve this goal.
Purity is the top girl at Dream Children’s Home.
Grace refers to education as “the light of my life.” As an active participant in the goings-ons of her community, she is well-aware of the challenges that many people in her society face. Grace loves to help those less fortunate than her; she can often be found mentoring
Travis’s cousins, Leon and Kelvin, have already found help through Moja Tu to continue their secondary educations. Now that he has graduated from primary school, Travis is ready to find a sponsor of his own to help him with school fees and encourage him to do his best
One of the many bright minds living at Sons of Manaseh Children’s Home, Faith is looking for someone to help her continue her education through the secondary, and eventually university, levels. According to Faith, education is vital not only for the knowledge you gain about many different subjects,