Term 2, 2022
We give glory to God for helping us complete another school team. Thank you for your support and partnership as we work together to transform lives through Christ. Here are some of the successes and highlights we want to share with you.
Isaac Mwangi – Chief Principal, Ndovoini
Job Barasa – Headteacher, Ndovoini
Total Enrolled: 1014 students
Total Unsponsored: 175 students
Sponsor a Child at Ndovoini
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Hope Transforms: A Success Story
*Gerald is a grade nine student at the Ndovoini center. He is the third born in a family of six children and they live with their parents within the Ndovoini community.
Gerald’s parents are both jobless and they depend on odd jobs to provide for their children. Without a reliable source of income, it is not easy to meet all the daily needs, and going without meals has been the norm for this family.
After Gerald sat for his grade eight national exams and passed, his parents could not afford to pay for him to join high school. Despite having passed his exams and having secured a slot in a government school, Gerald remained at home. This situation really stressed his parents who desired for their child to be in school.
We got to know about Gerald after our social worker met with his mother along the way as she conducted home visits. She engaged this woman who was looking so stressed and weighed down. Gerald’s mother opened up to the social worker and shared that she was discouraged and felt like giving up. They went to the home where our social worker had the chance to meet Gerald and have a talk with him. The discussion ended with an agreement that Gerald would join our school. This was a happy moment for both mother and the child and they praised the Lord together.
Gerald’s mother did not have any money, but the social worker encouraged her to put her trust in the Lord. The two came to school where the social worker informed the principal of the boy’s situation. Gerald’s mother was elated when it was confirmed that her boy would join the school and that he would receive everything he needed to join high school.
As we speak, Gerald is in class, pursuing his education, and enjoying being in class. We are grateful for partners like you who make it possible for us to reach out to children like Gerald and to be a blessing to his parents.
May God bless you!
- We held parent-teacher conferences this term that were attended by grade eight parents and their teachers. It was an interactive session and very successful.
- All our academic calendar activities went on as envisioned and we are grateful that there were no interruptions. All our students successfully sat for their end-of-term exams and will be moving onto the next grade. Glory be to God.
- We are thankful that our students got to spend time at the Angaza Discovery Camp. They came back with a greater commitment to reading the Word of God and to prayer. We are grateful that the transformation has started in their lives.
- A team from Snyder Memorial Baptist Church toured our center and spent time interacting with our students and staff members.
- A team from Summit Christian Church joined us for a Sunday service. We were blessed to have them among us.
- We thank God for enabling us to host a drama team from CITAM that showcased a Christian play. The impact was that 145 primary school pupils and 96 high school students gave their lives to Christ. Glory be to God!
- Pray for funds so that we can put up permanent classrooms and dormitories for the primary school section.
- Pray that our 175 unsponsored students will get sponsors.
- Join us in giving thanks for our kitchen which is now under construction. We look forward to enjoying increased efficiency in all culinary matters.
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