Bishop Dan K’ogembo
Term 3, 2022
Greetings from MOHI Center Bishop Dan Kogembo. We bless the Lord for the transformation of lives among disadvantaged children in our community. This is a new Center that is located within the lake Victoria basin of Kenya in the Nyanza region of Kisumu county, in a place called Nyakach. The community is grateful for the coming of MOHI. Most families are now able to see their children attend school. Thank you for your support and partnership as we work towards a common goal of transforming lives among the learners in this new community in the Missions of Hope family. Currently, the Center has a population of 242 students, almost all are yet to be sponsored. But with God everything is possible. The center has 16 staff serving in different capacities, 10 teaching staff, and 6 support staff.
Duncan Oundo Osudi
Headteacher, Bishop Dan K’ogembo.
Total Enrolled: 242 students
Total Unsponsored: 240 students
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Hope Transforms: A Success Story
Cynthia* is a kindergartener. The child lives with only the mother at home. The father died in July after a long illness. The mother has no source of income at all. Through the class teacher, all staff members made a courtesy visit to the family. In the house, there is no furniture, so they sit on stones that are placed strategically in the house. Cynthia’s mother could not afford the small parental commitment fee required to enroll Cynthia in school. The staff members were touched by her determination to educate her child so they contributed together for the fee for Cynthia. Cynthia was so happy with the uniform she received.
During the visit, we prayed for the mother to get a stable source of income to provide for Cynthia’s basic needs at home. In the meantime, Cynthia receives 2 meals a day while in school, which gives her mother great relief. We are happy to have Cynthia as a part of our MOHI family.
- We are grateful for new MOHI students in a new community. Students are happy to be a part of Missions of Hope Schools. They are committed to learning and growing.
- We are happy that after the recruitment process and the start of school, our learners are able to show different talents in school. Our learners participated in the area sports competition for the first time as MOHI Bishop Dan K’ogembo. We are trusting God for these young boys and girls to continue participating in all the co-curriculum activities in the future along with the academic program.
- Currently, renovation of the learner’s toilets is underway. We are grateful for the good progress so far.
- We are praying for our students at the Center to get sponsored.
- We are also praying for the provision of funds to allow the construction of permanent class-building structures for the learners to have a proper learning environment. At the moment some of our learners are learning in Mabati (temporary buildings made of iron sheets) structures.
- We are praying to continue to see the growth of the school so we can reach more children in the community.
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