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Meet Peter: Finding a father figure through Moja Tu

Meet Peter: Finding a father figure through Moja Tu

Peter is a final-year student at Kisii University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in software engineering. He always aspired to be an engineer, and we are proud to report that he is currently on his way to becoming one.

Peter grew up without a father, and his mother raised

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Meet Maureen: Growing up without a father

Meet Maureen: Growing up without a father

A large percentage of our students come from single-parent homes; in most cases, the father is missing in action, either through abandonment, separation, or death. It is only through sheer willpower and determination that the students we have in the program manage to overcome the challenges of growing up without

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Meet Jonathan: One step closer to achieving his dream

Meet Jonathan: One step closer to achieving his dream

Jonathan has always been a bright kid. During his primary school years, he was the top of his class. What makes Jonathan’s situation unique is that he overcame challenges to thrive in his studies. His mother is a day-laborer who takes care of Jonathon’s five younger siblings and his ailing

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Celebrating Sponsor Moms

Celebrating Sponsor Moms

Who is a mother? A mother is a superhero and has a meaningful impact on one’s life. Mothers are selfless, unique, and always ready to lend an ear. Going by this definition and by our students’ admission, their sponsors fit the description of moms to a T. They took a

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Meet Aineah: Keeping the faith

Meet Aineah: Keeping the faith

Aineah is a final-year high school student with a bright future. Over the years, he has grown into a confident, responsible, hard-working leader and is a role model. This December, he will sit for the national high school exit examination, the KCSE.

His journey with Moja Tu started in

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Meet Paula: The gift that never stops giving

Meet Paula: The gift that never stops giving

The gift that never stops giving
When Paula Juba first heard about Moja Tu, she was taken in with the sponsorship model that directly impacted the lives of the children she sponsored. Nine years later, Paula is still going strong, and she says she is not going to stop any

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Meet Jedidah: Free to Dream

Meet Jedidah: Free to Dream

When Jedidah is asked to describe her background, the first word that comes to her mind is humble. “My parents did not have the money to provide for our daily needs, let alone my education. I was constantly removed from my classes due to missing school fees. I also had

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Meet Eugene

Meet Eugene

When Eugene scored an impressive 380 marks in his primary exit examinations, few people were caught by surprise. Those who know him know how much he values education and the effort he puts in his studies. Was he excited with the results? A resounding yes as he knew it paved […]

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Meet Vincent

Meet Vincent

Vincent just graduated from primary school. He earned 388 points. Obtaining these grades from Laikipia ranks him among the county’s best pupils. He has been invited to join a national school to complete his secondary studies. Vincent’s parents are subsistence farmers who depend on casual work to make ends meet. Vincent’s […]

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