Erick, a future teacher, knows that helping students goes beyond simply giving them knowledge in the classroom. It also means helping them develop the values and tools they need to put this knowledge to use in order to better both themselves and their communities. Here’s how Erick is training our
Here at Moja Tu, we always encourage our students to give back to others whenever they can. Many of our university students give back by helping their peers with their schoolwork. We asked Erick, a university student hoping to work with younger students as a teacher in the future, to
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
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.
2019 is a momentous year for Moja Tu: we have now been helping students in Kenya earn their education for 6 years! For 6 years, we have worked tirelessly to make the world a better place by helping young students in Kenya finish their education. As our birthday month
We hope you’ve enjoyed your first few days of 2019, and we want to thank you for all the support you’ve given us over the past 6 years. We could not continue to help our students continue to get their education without your help, and we can never repay you
Earlier this year, a team of Kenyan scientists at the University of Nairobi designed and launched the country’s first nanosatellite. Kenya joins a number of other African countries, including Morocco, Egypt, Nigeria, and South Africa, to venture out into the stars. The new satellite is being utilized for a number
At the end of 2017, Moja Tu celebrated another milestone: our largest group of students graduated from high school! The 13 students who make up our graduating class of 2017 have all been placed in colleges and universities to continue to pursue their education. We are so proud of all
Here at Moja Tu, we are always on the lookout for great examples for our students to follow. Recently, we learned about the life and achievements of Tegla Loroupe, one of Kenya’s most successful athletes. Tegla is not simply an accomplished long-distance track runner – she is also
One of our very own board members and sponsors, Christie, was recently featured in Kenya’s Parents’ Magazine. Check out her interview here!
We are astounded by Christie’s dedication to Moja Tu, and to her sponsored students. Here’s to many more wonderful years with you on board, Christie!