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Meet TuTu

Meet TuTu

Hello World! My name is TuTu and welcome to my blog, “The Adventures of TuTu.” Before we get into my adventures, let me tell you a few things about me. First, I love coffee, can you tell? There’s one thing I love more than anything and that is reading. Reading

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Meet Maureen

Meet Maureen

Armed with a passion in environmental care, Maureen knows she needs a good education to follow her dream of becoming a neuro surgeon, a career that she is totally capable of pursuing if she gets financial assistance. She was born to a single mother and is the oldest of the three siblings all

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Meet Margaret

Meet Margaret

She was born to a young single mother who later remarried. She took Margret with her but her new family never accepted the young girl. She grew up facing rejection and feeling unwanted. This highly affected her academic performance and she lagged behind in class.  After several years, her stepfather passed leaving her

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Meet Dinel

Meet Dinel

Born and raised in the village in rural Kenya, Dinel’s parents struggled to feed their three young children. Despite their difficult financial situation, they did their best to make sure that she was able to get through primary school. Although, school fees were not always paid, the school principal realized her

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Impact of Not Missing School

Impact of Not Missing School

Before I became a Moja Tu student, I was always sent home for school fees, but now I am no longer being sent home…  This was the first time I stayed in school without being sent home since I entered high school.  I really appreciate it, and my life in

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Gladys: Our Student of the Year

Gladys: Our Student of the Year

The firstborn child of an average-income family, Gladys began life in a considerably “normal” situation in Kenya.   Her father was a factory worker, her mother a stay-at-home mom.  Gladys’s early childhood was happy, spent helping out her mom with her younger twin sisters.   Sadly, that “normal” life faded away quickly,

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Joshua’s Journey through High School

Joshua’s Journey through High School

Joshua is a bright, confident, communicative, focused, and hardworking young man who moved to a Children Home in his early childhood alongside his sibling. The two boys were orphaned at an early age and had no relatives to turn to. Living with Beatrice at Son’s of Manasseh, Joshua has proven beyond

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Jackson’s University Life

Jackson’s University Life

It has been such a short time with such a major transformation in Jackson’s life. Heading into his third year at the University, and he is all smiles as he says, “Life has never been this good thanks to Moja Tu special people!”
“With much gratitude, I thank the Moja Tu

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The Strength of an Educated Young Woman

The Strength of an Educated Young Woman

In the quiet Ngong hills outside Nairobi, from a home without electricity or running water, lives one very determined young woman named Esther.  Esther always knew it would take hard work to change her life situation. For most Kenyan students in need, the culmination of the hard work is, if

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Want to know what we’ll be doing in Kenya?

Want to know what we’ll be doing in Kenya?

The week of July 18th, the President of Moja Tu will arrive in Kenya and will be developing new opportunities and fostering existing relationships. On the itinerary includes visiting a new orphanage as well as visiting 2 new high schools hoping to develop a new partnerships with. During this week, we

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