Sponsor a Student

All of our students are extraordinary and have overcome a lot in their education journey. While we’d like to tell all of their stories, let’s start with some stories selected especially for you.


University Co-sponsorship

Meet Evaline, a bright and determined young woman whose passion for making a difference burns brightly. Hailing from a family of farmers, Evaline has grown up amidst financial struggles, where the modest income her parents earn barely sustains their household.

Despite these challenges, Evaline has proven her academic excellence by achieving a commendable B in her high school exit exams. Driven by her desire to become a doctor and save lives, she is determined to create a positive change for her family and community.

Recognizing the pivotal role of higher education in realizing her dreams, Evaline is determined to pursue a university education to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge. Her sponsor is committed to paying half of her school fees. We are thus looking for a co-sponsor to help support her aspirations.

By investing in Evaline’s education, you’re not just empowering her but also investing in the future of her community. Join us in empowering Wvaline to pursue her dream.

About this Sponsorship

Co-sponsoring Evaline’s university education is $1080 a year, or $90 per month. This amount, in addition to what another sponsor will put in, will cover the student’s tuition fees, monthly upkeep, accommodation, and medical care.

The Sponsor Experience

  • Cassie and Elijah

    “When we signed up to sponsor our students, we hoped it would help improve their lives. What we didn’t expect was how it would change ours.

    Our students have become our teachers about life, gratitude, optimism, and finding joy in each moment. Supporting an education is a direct investment into these students and their future. Through a sponsorship with Moja Tu, you have the opportunity to create a meaningful relationship with a student that will change not only their life, but yours as well.”