A Long Challenging Journey to University

Twenty-six-year-old Peter Ochieng’s challenges of accessing education were evident even before he joined secondary school. Born in a family of nine, none of his siblings had ever completed secondary

From a Herdsboy to a Medic

At the age of 12, Jeremiah Kiplagat had a curious encounter – he fractured his leg while herding cattle and separately fell in love with the nursing

How cattle rustlers almost ruined a boy’s chance to pursue higher education

In the small town of Kainuk, on the border of Turkana and West Pokot, men are regarded as brave for cattle raiding and warfare and not for excelling

Strive for Excellence

My name is Morris Njogu Ann. Yes, Ann is my surname. It’s my mother’s name. People get surprised that I’m called Ann. They ask to see my ID. My mother was a single parent, she passed on in 2003. So, I took her name up to preserve her legacy, she was a great lady.

My Dream is to be a Life Changer

I come from Kitui County, a place called Mwitika. I don’t remember my father. He and my mother separated a long time ago. I don’t know him. I have never met him. People always ask me if I’m curious about my father.

Overcoming Hurdles

Elly who hails from Asembo, Siaya County never met his father. As a young adult, he inquired about his whereabouts but was told that he died. His mother unfortunately passed on when he was just five years old. He remembers her vaguely.

Herdsboy’s trek from despair to A-student

Lomilio Emejen’s life story reads like fiction. Born and raised in the pastoral area of Turkana West, Lomilio has struggled to get to where he is through sacrifice and self-determination.

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Technology Donation Programme

TCSO’s in Kenya with formal Non-Profit status can now access donated software for free or at very low administrative fees.

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