The Moja Tu founding board members first visited Kenya in 2012 to inspect a water project located here. One of the first people they met on this trip was James. During this trip, the visitors from the US wanted to know more about the education system in Kenya.
A few years ago, Patrick came to learn about the plight of two children who were living in deplorable conditions in his neighborhood. It hurt him to see these children suffer, and he made it his mission to rescue them. “When the children lost their father, their mother could not
Zipporah, or Zippie as she is fondly known, could easily pass as one of the Moja Tu staff. Pre-COVID, it was the norm for all of our students to assemble at Dream Children’s Home for holiday tutoring sessions. Here, Zippie would lead the charge in making sure everyone was taken
Edwin was one Moja Tu’s first students to enroll in university. In July 2019, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Statistics from Kenyatta. Over the years, we have watched him grow from a curious freshman to a knowledgeable young adult. Now, we are proud to announce that
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated on February 11 each year. This day is an opportunity to recognize the critical role women and girls play in science and technology communities, as well as in sustainable development. At Moja Tu, we try our best to expose
The COVID-19 crisis has taken a psychological toll on people of all ages. Though the pandemic has disrupted our lives, we have also had the opportunity to learn so much about ourselves. This time in lockdown has allowed us to unlock our potential and seek new ways of keeping our
Giving vulnerable and abandoned children a second chance at life
Dream Children’s Home was founded in 2004 by Rachel and her husband Stephen. For Rachel, who is fondly referred to as mum Rachel, this was a childhood aspiration.
Rachel grew up in a single-parent home. They lived in a
Providing a safe haven for children in need
Sons of Manaseh Children’s Home was founded by Beatrice and her late husband Joseph. The couple had a passion for reaching out to the poor and vulnerable in the society, which led them to share the Children Bible Club’s Gospel with vulnerable
Where did your interest in philanthropy spring from?
My husband and I both came from very humble beginnings. Philanthropy was somewhat of a foreign concept to us. It’s a word that has been synonymous with wealth. What we learned by working with Moja Tu is that philanthropy is not
Last year, Elijah completed form 4 studies and scored an impressive B grade, earning himself a spot at a Kenyan university. Had it not been for the COVID-19 pandemic, Elijah would have already started his classes at this time.
“I hope to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing