Through her years of schooling as a Moja Tu student, Bridget has learned that consistency is key. You will never fail if you continue to show up with intention and focus. It was with this attitude that Bridget was able to join Kisii University in September to pursue a
As one of the pioneer students of our program, Collins’ case has always been a special one to us. When we first met him six years ago, he was a young boy in primary school, unsure of how he would be able to continue his education after taking the
Success is never an accident. It’s born out of hard work, determination, sacrifice, and most of all passion. Magdaline, one of our newest university students, knows all about what it takes to succeed, and she’s ready to implement these values during her university career.
We met Magdaline back in
“Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true” –Leon Joseph.
With the right focus and determination, one is destined to succeed. All of the students in the Moja Tu program have shown us that they are dedicated to improving
As one of our first students to graduate from a higher education program, Penina’s success after college has always been of utmost importance to us. Though she transitioned out of our program over a year ago, we have constantly checked in with Penina to see how she was doing. We
Meet Ndeto, a 12-year-old boy in class 7. He is so excited to move on to class 8 at the start of next year. At the end of 2020, he will take his primary school exit exams and be ready to move on to high school. We are so
As Peter was growing up, access to education was never a guarantee. However, this did not stop him from dreaming of a better life for himself and his family, one freed from the cycle of poverty. He held his head high and worked hard throughout his primary years, eventually
Tabitha’s early life was marked by many challenges when it came to getting her basic needs. She hails from Laikipia county, one of the poorest parts of the country, and access to a good education is extremely difficult. She was able to join a remote primary school in Laikipia
Esther is a fourth-year student at Kenyatta University, where she is finishing up a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance. Over the years, we have watched Esther blossom into a confident young woman ready to take on the world. Not only does Esther serves as a great example of
Purity is a form 2 student at Graceland Girls High school. She comes from Makueni County in Kenya. We recently caught up with her over the April holiday and here is what she had to say about her time in Moja Tu so far:
“I just completed my first