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Spreading Hope: Tyson's story

Tyson Mutua is one of our staff members working at the Kargi center as a Logistics and Accounts Assistant. He is also an alumnus of MOHI.
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'MOHI has given me a reason to smile!'

Stephen Ekaro is a grade 10 student at MOHI’s Turkana High School. He stands out from the rest of his classmates because it is obvious that he is a mature student.
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Daisy’s story: A determination to learn

Daisy is a grade six student at MOHI’s Napuu center located in Turkana county. The 15-year-old lives with her mother and five siblings. The mother is the family’s sole provider ...
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28 Young Ladies Baptized!

On Sunday January 23rd, 28 girls from MOHI’s Joska center were baptized as a public declaration of their faith.
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A Matter of Health: MOHI’s Child Survival Mandate

One of MOHI’s core mandate is to RESTORE wellness by providing holistic health services that both prevent and cure diseases. 
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Leah’s story: From child-bride to student

Leah is a grade five student at MOHI’s Napuu center. The 15-year-old is the third of seven children, two of whom are also in Napuu center. 
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MOHI's imprint in Turkana county

Turkana is located in the northwestern part of Kenya and it is about 400 miles from Nairobi. Turkana is an arid area marked by hot climatic conditions and desert-like environments.
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The Angaza Discovery Camp is Open!

  The Angaza Discovery Camp, MOHI's newest initiative, is a two-week discipleship camp experience for all MOHI’s sixth-grade students. ...
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A story of faith: Harmony in the midst of turmoil

In 2009, Florence Wangui ushered her first child into the world. A son, that Florence and her husband named Harmony. 
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Public declaration of our faith

It was an overcast Sunday morning at the Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Ndovoini center when 46 boys were baptized.  On September 5th, these students, drawn from both the ...
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