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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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Timaiyo's story: "How my fortunes changed"

Peter Tarayie Timaiyo is a man who wears many hats. He is a parent at Missions of Hope Kariobangi center where his nine and six-year-old daughters go to school. He is also the ...
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MOHI's work in Bura

In February 2016 Missions of Hope International (MOHI) set up a school located in Bura - a town in Tana River County. This county is one of Kenya’s 47 counties and is named after ...
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John’s story: “Dreams do come true!”

John Kiritu joined MOHI in 2008 as a grade six student. He was in Pangani for the first two months before moving to Joska where he did his grade eight exams in 2010.
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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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