Area 2

Term 1, 2023


Greetings in Jesus’ name. We thank God for being with us through the first term of the year. We would like to share with you some of the highlights of this term. Thank you for your support and partnership with us as we bring transformation through the love of Christ.

Silas Ombworo, Head Teacher Area 2

Current Stats

Total Enrolled: 770 students
Total Unsponsored: 267 students

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Hope Transforms: A Success Story

Peggy* is 7 years old and in grade 1 here in Area 2 Center. She lives with her single mother in the community after her father and mother separated. Her mother was a casual laborer struggling to make ends meet. Peggy’s mum fell ill and this made an already desperate situation worse. She had no access to affordable healthcare, so she could not work or walk Peggy to school. At this time Peggy was enrolled at a nearby school where her mum was struggling to pay school fees.

One day while Peggy was walking herself to school she fell and broke her leg. Peggy was admitted at the Kenyatta National Hospital where she stayed for two months. Her mother did not have the money to pay off the medical bills and this caused her a lot of stress on top of her own illness. By the mercies of God an anonymous good samaritan cleared the hospital balance for them.

Peggy’s mum had become overwhelmed by life and all the misfortunes that they had encountered. She contemplated poisoning herself and her daughter just to escape it all. At this time is when we met Peggy’s mother. She had been going from school to school looking for somewhere for her daughter to go and to no avail. She walked into our doors and told our social worker her story.

Our social worker could see that Peggy and her mum needed long lasting help so Peggy was enrolled. When she started school she fit in perfectly. She found a home and a safe place here at MOHI.

After some time had passed, the social worker went to visit Peggy and her mother for a routine check up on the family. Peggy’s mother’s face was bright and hopeful. She said how Peggy being enrolled into MOHI had given her strength to want to keep on living. She had recently found employment and can now afford to pay MOHI’s small commitment fee for her daughter and also cater to her needs. She told the social worker that she now has hope for the future.

We thank God that we have been able to be a part of bringing hope back into the lives of Peggy and her mother.

Term Highlights

  • This term we took our drama club for the drama festival competition. Our team did very well and have managed to qualify for the next round. They have been practicing as well as creating their costumes for their next performance.
  • Our school soccer teams for both boys and girls competed in the interschool MOHI soccer competitions in MOHI’s Baba Dogo Sports Complex. They had a great time interacting with the other MOHI students and competing against them. 

Partner Activities

  • We hosted Northwest Christian Church. They had VBS for three days with our students from kindergarten to grade 6. They did fun things like arts and crafts, Bible stories and memorizing as well as singing and dancing. It was a delight to have them interact with the students and the staff. 

Prayer Requests

  • Pray for good health and safety for our students in our center.
  • Pray for our teachers and staff that God may renew them as they work to bring him glory and transform lives here in Area 2. 

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