Success Stories

Below are some of the success stories that we believe are living testimonies of the goodness and faithfulness of our God.

Phanice Mayuva

History: She joined the home in 2012 when she was in Form 2 (grade 10). She had dropped out of school due to the financial constraints in the family. Through our partners, she was able to complete her secondary education and also join college for her tertiary education.

Education: She came to Huruma when she was in Form 2 (grade 10) and completed her secondary learning at the Ngong Huruma secondary school under sponsorship by the Huruma Trust Fund. Afterwards, she enrolled at the Thika Technical College where she undertook a certificate in Mechanical Engineering, under sponsorship by the I am Huruma Foundation and she graduated in the year 2018.

At Present: Phanice is still furthering her education in diploma level (as at 2021).

Paul Maweu

History: He is the last born in the family of three; his firstborn brother Kevin (deceased) and Oliver. They all came to Huruma in the year 1996 after the death of their mother when Paul was just 5 months old. His mother died as she was feeding him and the father was not financially stable to bring up all those children by himself. Hence, they were all referred to Huruma home by well wishers.

Education: Paul did his primary and secondary learning at the Ngong Huruma Primary and Secondary schools. Currently, as at 2021, he is pursuing a diploma in Theology (Biblical Studies) at the Africa International University.

At Present: A student at the Africa International University and also he is a Pastor at our Chapel.

Moses Ndung’u

History: He dropped out of primary school due to financial constraints in his family. He then became a street boy at this young age and started selling plastic paper bags in the market. One day Mama Zipporah was at the market to buy food for the children at home when she spotted Moses who was trying to sell her some paper bags. Mama Zipporah was touched and she couldn’t withstand seeing such a young boy into such business. Moses was brought into the home in the year 2000 and continued with his education from where he had left in grade 7.

Education: Moses came to the home and started learning from grade 7 in our primary school. Thereafter, he did his secondary education at the Oloolaiser boys high school. After passing very well in his final secondary exams he went to the Jomo Kenyatta University of Science and Technology where he undertook a Bachelors degree in Commerce, with a major in Accounting and CPA.

Occupation: He is a practicing consultant in finance and accounting.

Everlyne Yasire

History: She came to the home in the year 2008. She was married to one old man of 72 years. She was then rescued and brought to the home by one of her brothers. Since then she has been staying in Huruma even during school breaks until this year of 2021. Her two brothers came for her and she got that opportunity to go and visit her relatives back at home. Everlyne is now a mature lady since she has graduated from her high school.

Education: She attended both her primary and secondary education at Ngong Huruma Schools where she was in the K.C.S.E. class of year 2020. She is looking forward to joining college probably by next year 2022.

Occupation: She is currently a member of the transition group of 2021 and she works in Mama’s kitchen as a cook.

Mary N. Githiga

History: She is the sister to Jackline Githiga. She joined the home back in the year 2001. This was after the death of her mother who was ill for sometimes. After the death of their mother, she didn’t have any financial support to go on with her education. They were then brought to Huruma for education and Mama Zipporah supported her and her sister by educating them. Since we didn’t have our secondary school by then, she just attended her primary school in Ngong Huruma primary school and later attended an outside school for secondary.

Education: She got her primary education from Ngong Huruma primary school and her secondary education at the Kiseryan Girls Seniors. She later enrolled at the A.C.K Emmanuel E.C.D.E College where she undertook Early Childhood Development Education (E.C.D.E.) course.

Occupation: She works as a head of lower primary section at our primary school.

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