November is National Gratitude Month, and we want to show our gratitude! Isn’t it refreshing how something as simple as gratitude can give new meaning to life? Research shows that people who practice gratitude every day are not only happier but also healthier. Today is the world’s gratitude day, and
At 13 years old, Gladys watched as her older siblings have ended up as day laborers. Her father abandoned the family when she was little, leaving Gladys to be raised by her mother. They live in a very tiny house in a rural village in the Tawa area. At school, she […]
David is a first-year student at Kibabii University, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Cooperative and Entrepreneurship Management. When you first interact with David, you will notice his brilliant smile and friendly character.
Over the years, he has become a confident, ambitious, disciplined, and responsible young man.
He joined the
Sharon is a brilliant young girl currently in university pursuing a degree in math and computer science. She joined Moja Tu in 2016, and the organization could not be prouder of the progress she has made over the years and her outstanding academic performance. Sharon is a model student, grateful
Eric and Anthony have been friends for as long as they can remember. The two boys grew up in Dream Children’s home and are currently in the same high school. Their friendship started when they bonded over playing football as children. They have since become the best of friends.
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
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
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
Faustine comes from a very humble background. Her father lives with a disability and the mother works in a salon. They are three children and all of them sat for the primary exit examination this year. They will be moving to high school in less than two weeks and her […]
Nicole is a form 2 student at Father Heeran Girls High School.She is from a single parent family. Her mother works as a cook in a nearby school and is not able to raise enough money to take care of her family’s basic needs leave alone affording secondary school education. […]