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Empowering students with laptops

Empowering students with laptops

Covid-19 disruptions saw a more active uptake of online learning in Kenyan universities. At Moja Tu, we believe in creating safe, accessible, and equitable academic environments where our students can learn and grow. One of the ways of achieving this is ensuring that our university students are equipped with laptops to

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Meet Caleb: Turning his fashion sense into business

Meet Caleb: Turning his fashion sense into business

Caleb, a very creative and innovative second-year architecture student, started his own clothing business in April this year.

“I needed extra cash for my upkeep, and I knew I was on my own to figure out what to do. The cost of living is quite high in Kenya at

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Nurturing the next generation of leaders

Nurturing the next generation of leaders

According to behavioral theories, people can become leaders through teaching, learning, and observation. We agree. We are thus intentional about imparting leadership skills to our students through training, perception, practice, and experience over time. And for those students that stand out, we elevate them to team leads, and their roles

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Meet Miriam: Broadening her worldview through reading

Meet Miriam: Broadening her worldview through reading

Miriam is a form four graduate and a proud beneficiary of the Moja Tu sponsorship program. We interviewed her a few weeks before she reported to university – she is expected to report to Mt Kenya University for a degree in statistics.

“I have imagined many things about the

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Meet John

Meet John

John joined our program back in 2018 as part of his high school transition. Since then, John has been earning good grades and working hard towards achieving his dream of joining University. John was originally recommended to us by important contacts in his primary school and village, who spoke of […]

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Meet Gladys

Meet Gladys

At 13 years old, Gladys watched as her older siblings have ended up as day laborers. Her father abandoned the family when she was little, leaving Gladys to be raised by her mother. They live in a very tiny house in a rural village in the Tawa area. At school, she […]

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Meet Dinel: Learning to be her own cheerleader

Meet Dinel: Learning to be her own cheerleader

My name is Dinel Wangari Njoroge and I am a film student at Kenyatta University. In my second year of high school, I was able to join Moja Tu and they have supported me ever since.

Before I joined Moja Tu, I gave up hope of completing high school

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Meet Faith: Spreading cheer through her handiwork

Meet Faith: Spreading cheer through her handiwork

Faith just recently completed her high school education. She scored an impressive grade in her final exams, effectively earning herself a spot at the university to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry.
Her role model is Mildred Fay Jefferson, The first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School, the

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Meet David: Counting on the empowering nature of education

Meet David: Counting on the empowering nature of education

David is a first-year student at Kibabii University, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Cooperative and Entrepreneurship Management. When you first interact with David, you will notice his brilliant smile and friendly character.
Over the years, he has become a confident, ambitious, disciplined, and responsible young man.
He joined the

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