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2022: The Year in Review

  Dear Rafiki (Friend),Greetings from Kenya! We trust that you are doing well in the Lord. While taking time to reflect on 2022, we thank God for yet another fantastic year of ...
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Does Child Sponsorship Really Work?

It's only natural to have concerns about where your money is going, and whether it's truly making a difference in someone's life.
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"Thanks to MOHI, I now know the value of education!"

Koya Nalgele works as a security guard at the Namarei Center. He is a man who loves his job and it is easy to see because of the broad smile he wears each time he attends to ...
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New Junior Secondary Schools

In 2017 the Kenyan government introduced a new school curriculum to replace Kenya’s more traditional 8-4-4 system with a more modern system. Kenya wanted to move away from this ...
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How to Sponsor a Child in Africa

So you want to sponsor a child in Africa — congratulations! It’s a wonderful and rewarding way to change someone’s life for the better.
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MOHI Graduate Becomes Attorney

Jecinta Wanjiku, born and raised in the Mathare valley slums, joined MOHI in kindergarten and was one of the first 50 students. Now, she's an attorney, and seeks to give back.
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David's Story: MOHI is Like a Light

David serves as the nighttime security guard at our MOHI's Bishop Dan O’kembo Center, in Nyakach, Western Kenya. Before MOHI came into his and his family's lives, things were ...
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Mambelin's story: From herdboy to student

Eleven-year-old Mambelin Learote is a grade five student at the Olturot center. He is an orphan who lives with his aunt and uncle in a village not so far from the school.
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Of Peas and Changed Fortunes

At the heart of Molo town, near an area the locals refer to as ‘Keep Left’, Veronica Njeri has set up a small grocery stall.
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Baiso's story: 'MOHI has been my place of healing'

Baiso is a grade seven student at the Kargi center. The 13-year-old comes from a family of seven children - three girls and four boys - and she is the only child who has been to ...
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