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“Cured from cancer - thank you God!”

Eight-year-old Moses Lipengo is a grade two student at the Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Mabatini center. Since 2018 Moses has battled with Hodgkin's Lymphoma which was ...
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It's exam time in Kenya!

Once again, our centers are quiet after schools officially closed on March 17th. Only grade eight and grade 12 learners remain as they prepare to sit for their national exit exams.
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“It's never too late to change”

Stephen Macharia is an alumni of Missions of Hope International (MOHI) who joined the Joska center as a grade six student. His life has been a series of ups and downs which he ...
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'Thank you MOHI - I'm the first graduate in my family!'

  Sarah Muthoni Kariuki is an alumna of Missions of Hope International (MOHI). The 24-year-old graduated in December 2020 with a BA in Political Science and Public ...
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Our students are back to school!

As per the government’s directive issued in October last year, schools across the country opened on Monday January 4th. At the Missions of Hope International (MOHI) centers, ...
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MOHI Changed the Course of My Life

Twenty-five-year-old Anne Muthoni is an alumni of Missions of Hope International (MOHI) having joined MOHI in 2007. Born in Mathare valley, Anne, her three sisters and parents ...
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“I am so excited to be back to school!"

Fourteen-year-old Sheldon Ngesa is a grade eight student at Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Baba Dogo center.  Like many other students, who were due to sit for the primary ...
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“School is a safe place for our children”

Lucy Njeri is a mother of three children, two of whom attend Missions of Hope International (MOHI) schools. She has a son in grade seven at Ndovoini center and another son in ...
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Soap making: A skill that turns hardship into empowerment

There is a common saying in Africa: “If you empower a woman, you empower a nation.” In Mathare and its environs, soap making has emerged as a viable trade that is changing the ...
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“I Miss My Students."

“I miss my students. Nothing can replace that face-to-face interaction. We need to see them in class. School is just not the same without them.” These are the heartfelt sentiments ...
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