Term 4, 2022


Praise God, receive calvary greetings from Pangani center. We are very grateful for the support you have given us. May the Almighty bless you abundantly. Here are some of the term highlights we would like to share with you. 

Rabecca Luilu

Head Teacher Pangani Center.

Current Stats

Total Enrolled: 1036 students
Total Unsponsored: 104 students

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Hope Transforms: A Success Story

Tom* and Dan* lived with their mom and dad in a little shanty in nearby Mathare Area 1. The wind would blow through the holes in the metal sheets bringing in the rain and the cold. Tom and Dan had been out of school for some time because their parents were unable to pay for their school fees in the school they were in previously.

Their father at the time was unemployed. This left their mother to be the sole breadwinner. As a result, the family would rely on their grandmother to support them every now and then. The parents of the boys were not happy about this arrangement and this caused a lot of stress.

One day as MOHI was recruiting students for the new year, one of our social workers came across Tom wandering the streets. They asked Tom which school he went to as you could tell that he was old enough to be going to school. Tom told our social worker that he hadn’t been going to school because of a lack of money to pay for school fees. Our social worker went to their home and Tom and Dan qualified to join MOHI. Tom soon joined grade two and Dan joined kindergarten.

The family really appreciated MOHI taking in the boys. It had become more and more difficult for them to provide food for their children, so they were grateful that the boys got at least two meals a day while in school. They also appreciated how affordable the commitment fee was for the boys. This took a large load off their shoulders.

Though things had gotten better, their parents were still unsettled about their living situation. Their shanty would bring in the cold and rain and this would make the boys sick. It was becoming clearer that their father needed a job to help sustain the family and rely less on their grandmother.

Our Social Worker connected their father to the human resources department at MOHI while a position for a school cook came up. He qualified for the job and this is when life changed. At this time his wife had given birth to a bouncing baby boy and the new job that her husband had, allowed her to stay home and take care of the baby.

The new and increased income allowed the family to move from the shanty to a better house where it is warm and the boys do not get sick. The now three boys have access to quality affordable health care at our MOHI clinics together with afterbirth care for the new baby boy. The family now attends a local church in the community that helps them grow spiritually and keeps the children grounded even as they learn about the love of Jesus in school.

We are so glad to be able to provide a better quality of living for the community that we serve. Tom and Dan’s family has benefited so much from all the opportunities that MOHI provides and we thank God for this little family.

*Names have been changed.

Term Highlights

  • We are very proud of our students in the music club who participated in the national music festival competitions. Our students managed to compete at the national level.
  • 106 kindergarten students graduated from kindergarten and are ready to join grade one.
  • We held an end-of-term prize-giving day. We awarded different prizes to the students for different achievements.

Prayer Requests

  • We thank God for our Grade 6, 8, and year 12 students who sat for their end-of-primary and secondary school exams. We pray for a smooth transition as they move to a new phase in their education.
  • We pray for our families during this economic struggle and pray for provision for their needs.
  • Pray for our school and country as we transition into a new school system, we pray that God will provide a way that we can have a junior secondary school.


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