Sensei Institute- Certificate in Machine Operations
Fridah is a very beautiful, orphaned, hearing impaired student. She was brought to the centre by a social worker. She was born in 1997 and will be going to her second year of highschool. Given her disability, she’s behind on her studies but working hard to catch up
Domitila is a very bright girl who comes from a poor family in Makueni County. She lived with an elderly grandmother who no longer was able to care for her. She was born in 1999 and is eligible to go to secondary school in 2013.
Edwin was orphaned at an early age and was brought to Son’s Of Manase, a place he has known as home since he has no other place to call home. He has been an exemplary performing student and was able to secure a position in the University throught the Government […]
I got to know about Moja Tu through Sons of Manasseh Children’s Home, where I grew up. We had some of the kids from our home sponsored by the program and so I got to meet the sponsors when they came to visit the orphanage. At that time, I had
You have probably come across beautiful videos on Moja Tu’s social media platforms. Patrick Wasike is the brain behind these videos. Besides conceptualizing the video shoots and taking the videos, he also edits them. Wasike, whose area of specialization is in public health, is a self-taught videographer and photographer. We
Epitome of a resilient spirit
Growing up, Penina Wanjiku experienced childhood trauma given the incessant fights between her parents. This affected virtually all aspects of her life, education included.
“I was a D student with zero aspirations to continue with my education. So, after form four, I would engage
Post-secondary education is a tricky time for any student, even more so for those who are unable to attain top grades in their classes, which can help them gain entry into more affordable public universities. Lydia, an orphan caring for her siblings, was one such student who found herself in
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