Term 2, 2020
Greetings from Ndovoini center! We are glad that we fully resumed learning this term. So far we have not had any Covid-19 case in school and we thank God for His protection. We thank you for your continued partnership and support as we work towards transforming lives through the hope of Christ.
Center Manager, Ndovoini
Total Enrolled: 953 students
Total Unsponsored: 282 students
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Hope Transforms: A Success Story
The ever raging pangs of poverty, hopelessness and desperation are a common daily occurrence for many of the children who find themselves under the care of foster families. These children live unaware of what tomorrow holds; only hoping for the best.
Musa is one such child. The grade six student has spent all his life living with an aunt in one of the sprawling slums in Nairobi. Musa is not aware of the whereabouts of his mother and only knows that his father lives somewhere in the Western part of Kenya.
Life in the slums is predominantly about survival; with no definite expectation of meeting one’s basic needs. The aunt, who is the sole family breadwinner, is a casual worker only able to provide the family with a hand-to-mouth kind of survival. More often than not, the family only gets one meal a day or goes without food altogether. Having no choice, Musa had to embrace this kind of life and he was forced to start fending for himself at the tender age of three. He would sell scrap metal to local dealers and earn a dollar for a week’s worth of collection gotten from dumpsites and compost pits.
It is through his daily ventures that personnel from MOHI saw him and did a comprehensive background survey. Musa was enrolled at the MOHI Korogocho Nyayo center as a kindergarten student and studied there up to grade five. His very desperate family situation made him be referred to MOHI’s Ndovoini center where it was felt that Musa would be able to better concentrate on his studies.
This move to Ndovoini has brought a marked change in Musa’s life. He can now take a break from the cares and worries of fending for his daily upkeep. Here he’s benefitting from a conducive learning environment, excellent nutrition, spiritual nourishment and assured loving care and guidance from the competent, well-qualified and experienced personnel at the center.
Surely, a glimmer of hope has shone into Musa’s life, thanks to Missions of Hope International! As we continue to share the love of Christ with him, Musa now has a future to hope for and to be the scientist he aspires to be.
- It was a productive school term. All the scheduled activities went on smoothly and our learners sat for their end-of-term exams before school closed.
- We held prayer days for our grade eight and grade 12 students as they prepared for their national exams in March.
- We had a team of external grade 12 examiners who visited our school and talked to the students about exam answering techniques.
- A member from Agristewards toured our school and trained our staff and learners on Farming God’s Way.
- Pray for the completion of our administration and tuition block.
- Some of the families we serve are being torn apart due to the consumption of drugs and alcohol. Please join us as we pray for their deliverance and an end to these family conflicts.
- Let us pray for each other as we continue to deal with the changes brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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