Category: Cultural Exchanges

2017 PA-MOJA Ol Pejeta Scholarship Day

2017 PA-MOJA Ol Pejeta Scholarship Day

In March 2017,  we held our annual PA-MOJA scholarship day at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in the grounds of Pelican house. We hosted 45 students […]

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The Canada Cultural Exchange Trip- Video

The Canada Cultural Exchange Trip- Video

   

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PA-MOJA and Ol Pejeta’s Bursary Day

PA-MOJA and Ol Pejeta’s Bursary Day

Getting through high school is probably the greatest and most important challenge in the education career of a needy Kenyan student. The fee alone is […]

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Kenyan Boys’ Homecoming

Kenyan Boys’ Homecoming

Between January and June 2016, three Kenyan boys – alumna of Tigithi Secondary School divided their time between as many Canadian sister schools as they […]

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Celebrating a Decade of Connecting People and Wildlife

Celebrating a Decade of Connecting People and Wildlife

In just 10 years, the partnership between PA-MOJA and the Ol Pejeta Conservancy has resulted in numerous successful community development initiatives, specifically in education. Schools […]

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The Javelin that Crossed the Atlantic

The Javelin that Crossed the Atlantic

By Ashli Akins “Why the heck are you bringing your javelin with you to Kenya?” my friend laughed at me. Another just said, “Okay, I […]

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Thome sends back a movie to Carbonear

Thome sends back a movie to Carbonear

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PA-MOJA Brings a Kenyan Perspective Directly to Windermere.

PA-MOJA Brings a Kenyan Perspective Directly to Windermere.

Victor Mageto, a student from Kenya, visited Mwituria school in Kenya and then, just a few days later spent the whole day at their sister […]

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Carbonear’s PA-MOJA Connection

Carbonear’s PA-MOJA Connection

At Carbonear Collegiate, PA-MOJA has successfully raised funds and made a cultural connection with our sister school, Thome. We are thrilled to say that our […]

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Tigithi Secondary Graduate Arrives in Canada

Tigithi Secondary Graduate Arrives in Canada

After many months of preparation, including multiple letters of support from Langley School District teachers, superintendents, PA-MOJA directors, and community leaders from Kenya and Canada, […]

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James from Tigithi boys. "Maybe if slap the water hard enough"

The PA-MOJA Team Goes Canyoning at the Blue Pools of Ngare Ndare Forest

“…..The following takes place between 8.00 and 1.00 PM on 27th of June 2015”.

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Ms. Lee and the Windermere Choir Greet Mwituria

Ms. Lee and the Windermere Choir Greet Mwituria

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Kwayhquitlum Sends a Welcome to their New Sister School, Matanya Primary

Kwayhquitlum Sends a Welcome to their New Sister School, Matanya Primary

Andrew Graham, the Principal at Kwayhquitlum Middle school wanted to send a warm hello and this welcome video to their new sister school, Matanya Primary. […]

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Heritage Mountain Elementary Sends a Hello and some Questions to Sweetwaters Primary

Heritage Mountain Elementary Sends a Hello and some Questions to Sweetwaters Primary

Kelly Zimmer, principal of Heritage Mountain Elementary, sends this video to say hello to their sister school, Sweetwaters Primary.  The students share their interests, favorite […]

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PA-MOJA could win $50,000 – We Need Your Help

PA-MOJA could win $50,000 – We Need Your Help

 ‘Butterfly Effect’ is PA-MOJA’s online sharing site where students in Canada and Kenya post all phases of their projects online and collaborate to support each other’s […]

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Butterfly Effect: Giant Step in Collaboration

Butterfly Effect: Giant Step in Collaboration

  PA-MOJA has taken a significant step forward in its cultural exchange program. Because PA-MOJA believes that students in Kenya and North America can learn […]

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Tigithi Students Head to the Regional Science Fair

Tigithi Students Head to the Regional Science Fair

In February 2015, James Muraguri and Brian Mwangi came up with an idea for an ‘Automated Solar Switch’ as their inquiry project for the Butterfly […]

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Tigithi Students Answer Questions from Heritage Woods Students

Tigithi Students Answer Questions from Heritage Woods Students

Students at Heritage Woods Secondary school wanted to learn more about the specifics of life at their sister school in Kenya, Tigithi Secondary, so they […]

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ASIA North Poplar Students Get Happy with their Sister School, Uaso Nyiro

ASIA North Poplar Students Get Happy with their Sister School, Uaso Nyiro

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Mwituria and Windermere Connect

Mwituria and Windermere Connect

PA-MOJA Director, Heather Hall, visited Windermere Secondary’s sister school, Mwituria in July, 2014. Heather shared a video of Windermere students singing “Lean on Me” then […]

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Visit to Sweetwaters Primary – Summer 2014

Visit to Sweetwaters Primary – Summer 2014

A team of PA-MOJA volunteers visited Sweetwaters Primary school in the summer of 2014 to share cultural exchange ideas prepared by students at Heritage Mountain […]

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Demi Adanjo, Grade 11

Students at Langley Fine Arts Answer Questions

Langley Fine Arts School students in the PA-MOJA club were asked to answer the same questions at the bursary students in Kenya. See Bursary students […]

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Burnaby South Presents their Year End Carnival

Burnaby South Presents their Year End Carnival

PA-MOJA Director, Heather Hall, spent the day at Burnaby South filming the annual Year End Carnival. Students at Burnaby South wanted to share the day […]

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Tigithi Secondary Boys Dance for Heritage Woods

Tigithi Secondary Boys Dance for Heritage Woods

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Tharua Secondary and Lake of Two Mountains Skype

Tharua Secondary and Lake of Two Mountains Skype

On 30th May, 2014, Lake of Two Mountains High School in Quebec had the opportunity to speak to and see the students at their sister […]

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