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  • Nguruman Escarpment Hike

    Pose with Maasai girls was enroute Nguruman escarpment

  • Nguruman escapment hike

    River bathing during Nguruman escapment hike

  • Sponsorship

    Elizabeth Wairimu - proud to be part of the Sports for Change family

  • Crater Lake

    Fun boat ride at Crater Lake

  • Essakut Hike

    Tough climb up a hill in Essakut Hike

  • Mt Suswa Hike

    Group of hikers during the Mt Suswa Hike

  • Some of our Students

    Gearing up for a run

Update from Cythia April 2015

Dear lovely People,

We had a delightful short visit with Cythia, her mother and two of her younger brothers yesterday on the way to drop a dear friend to the airport.

Cythia has done already brilliantly at her new school and her report card showed her great outstanding performance so far!

This is all amidst knowing about her mother’s struggle to support the oldest daughter & the 3 younger boys. Mom had to sell her phone & furniture recently to buy food etc. (On that note, if any of you has some old small chairs and small coffee table, single bed and likes to help them out, please do let us know!)

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17March Great Achievements

We have very good news for you Dear Friends & Supporters!

Two of our students who did KCSE exams last year did extremely well.

Elizabeth got a B with 66 points and Eric a B- with 53 points.

Elizabeth and Eric, we are so proud of you on this great achievement!!

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04February Why can’t I be like other children?

I have seen many people suffer in the community where I live. We have no proper hospitals, no clean water and my mother struggles so hard to feed us. I want to work hard in school, become a doctor and help people.

I worked hard in my primary school and achieved 356 marks in the final exams. I wasn’t so happy with my result but I did far much better than kids from rich families who were in nice private boarding schools. My former school is in the middle of a slum called Mukuru wa Ruben in Nairobi and that where I live in one small room with my mother and 4 of my siblings. This small room, we call home, is our bedroom, our sitting room and our kitchen. There is no space for private studies.

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Cythia Achieng

Introducing Cythia Achieng, who has quiet an amazing story.

Cythia April 2015

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