Below are some of the success stories that we believe are living testimonies of the goodness and faithfulness of our God.
Jackline W. Githiga
History: She is a big sister to Mary Nyambura. She joined the home back in the year 2001. Their mother was sick and she wasn’t at a good position to provide education for the kids. After her Mother’s death she came together with her sister to Huruma Children’s Home. She went through education courtesy of Hope for Huruma foundation and now she is a mature and responsible lady working and residing in Dubai.
Education: She attended Ngong Huruma primary school and for her secondary education at the Elerai M.C.K Girls, Sultan Hamud. Later she enrolled at the Zetech University for her college education where she undertook a Diploma in Hospitality Management and she finished the course in the year 2013.
Occupation: She works as a restaurant supervisor in Dubai.
History: She came to the home in 2008 together with her 3 siblings. Eunice came to the after the rejection by their family after the passing of their mother. She was brought by the friends of the home. Through the home, she has undergone her primary and secondary education and later joined college.
Education: She attended Ngong Huruma Primary and Secondary schools. Later she enrolled at the Hekima College and graduated in the year 2019 with a diploma in Front Office Operations and Administration courtesy of I AM HURUMA COLLEGE FOUNDATION.
Julius Kibera Mbogo
History: He was connected to the home when Mama Zipporah learned about his ill grandmother. He had a good performance record from the primary school he was in. This pleased Mama Zipporah and she promised to take him to secondary school school. She kept the promise and took him to Thika high school. His performance in secondary school continued to be amazing and he graduated there with a Grade A. He joined university courtesy of Mama Zipporah.
Education: He didn’t study for his primary and secondary education in Huruma. Moreover, he did his tertiary education at the Dedan Kimathi University of Technology where he graduated with two degrees; Bachelors in Telecommunication and Information Technology (graduated in April 2018) and Bachelors Electrical and Electronic Engineering (graduated in April 2019).
Current status: He is a businessman in Thika town, Kenya.
History: He came to Huruma in the in May 2012. His guardian was unable to take him to school due to financial constraints. After staying for a whole year outside school, Mama Zipporah heard about him and he was admitted to our secondary school as a day scholar student. He was staying then in Ngong (Mathare) slums. The slums environment wasn’t conducive for him to study well and when in Form 4 (Grade 12), Mwangi promised to score a B grade if he would be allowed to board in the home with the other needy children. He was given that chance and he stayed to his promise.
Education: He did not attend his primary education in our school but he joined Ngong Huruma secondary school in May 2012 and graduated in 2014. Later he undertook a degree in Bachelors of Education (Mathematics & Physics) at the Mount Kenya University where he graduated in 2020.
Occupation: He currently works at the Ngong Huruma secondary school as a Deputy Principal.
History: Robert, together with his brother (Dennis Kinyanjui) and sister (Miracle Njeri) joined Huruma Children’s Home-Ngong in the year 1999. This was after the death of their mother who was a single mother. At the time Robert was 4 years, his brother and sister were 3 years old and 6 months old respectively. They all grew in the home.
Education: He undertook his primary and secondary studies at the Ngong Huruma Primary & Secondary Schools; sat for KCSE in the year 2013. Later, enrolled at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and graduated with Diploma in Information Technology; currently (as at 2021) pursuing BSc in Information Technology at the same University.