One of the things we try to do at Moja Tu is to build a personal relationship between the student and their sponsor. We feel that this helps the sponsor get to know their student better but also allows the student to really bond with somebody, and receive valuable encouragement.
During the colonial period, the missionaries loved to settle in the highlands of the country such as the Aberdare mountain ranges. As part of this colonization the missionaries would also establish schools specifically for the benefit of the community. One of these schools established in the Aberdare’s is the Njabini
In Kenya, the number of children who are either orphaned, vulnerable, or in extreme poverty is immense and, sadly, not getting better. To help these children, community members are always taking children into their homes, and providing whatever care they can. It is through such an act of kindness by
See that smile on their faces? You put that there through your donations and support. You helped these smiling faces find hope and purpose, where previously they had none. Your support has taught them that by applying themselves they can achieve much.
Your donations have allowed them a chance to
Our goal is to not just provide deserving students an education but instead to provide them with the best education. So we went in search of excellent Kenyan schools that we could partner with. During our trip to Kenya this summer we found one such top performing school that understood
While in Kenya, Parents Magazine interviewed our Co-Founder and President Kathy Kempff regarding her work with Moja Tu. She was able to share what drives her passion and how she believes that education is the key to success. Read Article Online
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Imagine a young girl being forced into a marriage with a much older man. Imagine if that young girl was 14 years old. To many of us this is the stuff of movies, the sort of thing that never happens anymore. Sadly, for many young women in Kenya, these sorts
This year’s visit was very educational and fun-filled for the children. As part of Nature Day, the children were exposed to many new experiences. Despite being very near the National Park, most of the children had only seen photographs of wild animals. During the nature walk, they fed giraffes, took
Hope is the only force strong enough to sustain us during moments of adversity. After overcoming a challenging childhood, years of working hard in school and making careful preparations for his college education, hope was all Patrick had left when all seemed lost.
Patrick had performed well in school
Back to school…oh the impact those three little words have had on us all. Going back to school comes with mixed reactions amongst the Moja Tu students. Some are all excited to go back and meet their friends who went different ways at the end of the last trimester. For