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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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Sharing the Gospel During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As Missions of Hope International (MOHI), everything we do is driven by our commitment to see lives transformed through the hope of Christ.
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“I look forward to having my child back in school”

  OCTOBER 15, 2020 UPDATE: Although the Government of Kenya originally established January 2021 as the date to re-open schools, a revised plan, issued by the Ministry of ...
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“I Never Thought I’d Set Foot Into University”

Bathsheba Kwamboka is a former student of Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Joska center. The 20-year-old joined the MOHI program in 2012 as a grade six student.
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"Beadwork was my Childhood Dream; MOHI Made it Come True"

Josephine Waithira is a parent at Missions of Hope International (MOHI). She has four children and three of them have studied at MOHI’s Pangani center. One is a grade five pupil ...
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Bringing HOPE Even in Sickness

Evaline Akinyi is a parent at Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Gitathuru center. The mother of two has both her boys at the school in class two and five respectively.
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