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
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
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
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
Winfred was born to a single mother as one of five children. Unfortunately, her mother was not able to provide for her children’s basic needs, so she and her siblings went to live at children’s home. Here, Winfred and her siblings were able to grow up in relative
At only 14 years old, Carol demonstrates a drive to succeed beyond that of most other kids her age. She was a well-respected leader in her primary school, and is recognized by her Catholic church leaders as a very dedicated young lady who spends a lot of time at the
Hildah is the oldest of 4 children born to a single mother. Her mother serves as house help in Nakuru, where she earns a living by doing people’s laundry. She is not able to live with her children, as she is constantly moving from place to place in search of
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcom X.
Have you ever wondered how the gift of education impacts our students? Education brings hope for a better tomorrow to these deserving young minds. Many of our students have
Worldwide, Valentine’s Day is celebrated as a day of love. Whether it’s love for your parents, children, friends, or partners, Valentine’s Day is all about showing those you love how much they mean to you. The feeling that comes with knowing someone cares about you is unlike any other.
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.