Term 1, 2023



This term we thank almighty God because of the great term we have had. Thank you for your support and partnership while we work towards transforming lives through the love of Jesus Christ.

Maxwell Wabwoba Mulunda, Head Teacher Lochoredome

Current Stats

Total Enrolled: 326 students
Total Unsponsored: 241 students

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Hope Transforms: A Success Story

Lizzy* is 6 years old and in kindergarten at our Locherodome Center. She comes from a family of 10 siblings. Her mother is a stay at home mum while her father is a pastoralist. Lizzy has always been an obedient child doing what her father asks of her. So when he said he had no interest in educating her she did not dispute. 

Lizzy’s father believed that there was no need to educate his daughter because when she becomes of age she would become a bride. However he allowed Lizzy’s brother to go to school and pursue an education. At this time Lizzy was sent to her step sister house to help her raise her children. 

We met Lizzy when she was going home to visit her mother. We realized that she is of school going age but she was not going. She took us to her mothers house where we met her parents. This was when her father explained why he saw no use in educating his girls. Our social worker then started to counsel the parents. They had extensive conversations about children’s rights and the responsibility of a parent. 

In time Lizzy’s father began to understand and appreciate the advantages of an education and educating all of his children. As soon as he had understood he wasted no time getting Lizzy enrolled in the program. She was able to start with the other kindergarten students. 

When Lizzy first joined she was a little intimidated by all the children and would keep to herself. She was having a hard time adjusting to her being in school, but with time she grew accustomed. Now she is very lively and has many friends who she likes to play and learn with. She has learned how to pray and enjoys the morning devotion singing. 

*Name has been changed.

Term Highlights

  • Our center received food baskets for the community members during the drought that has been experienced in Kenya. The families were grateful for the help.
  • The MOHI Health team came to assess our kids for malnutrition and other health issues. The children were given medication as well as put on a special diet to curb the issues.

Prayer Requests

  • We pray for the good health of our staff and kids as we come back for a new school term. 
  • Thank God for the coming of the rains after a long drought.


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