Category: Kenyan News

Kenyan Students Teach Canadian Students about the Mau Mau Revolution

Kenyan Students Teach Canadian Students about the Mau Mau Revolution

A group of Kenyan students from Tigithi Secondary and Loise Girls School used technology to help their Canadian sister school classmates understand the Mau Mau […]

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Jihae Cho, a high school student from Heritage Woods Secondary in Coquitlam, Canada, interacts with Sophie, a young Samburu girl.

PA-MOJA Building a Dormitory in 2015

  Keeping Samburu girls in school counts for far more than getting good grades at the highly competitive and feted national examinations. To afford them […]

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Ereri Primary Students Know How to Have Fun

Ereri Primary Students Know How to Have Fun

Moses Muthoki, Deputy Manager of Community Education for the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, took the time to capture this footage of Ereri Primary students taking advanrage […]

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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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Kenya’s Got Talent

Kenya’s Got Talent

Robert Morijoh is an 18 year old Massai student in Grade 8.  The Uaso-Nyiro Primary student impressed the summer volunteers with his musical skills.   Robert […]

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Blind Rhino Predicts Winner of France vs Germany Match

Blind Rhino Predicts Winner of France vs Germany Match

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Thome Boys Celebrate Top District School in the Country

Thome Boys Celebrate Top District School in the Country

The boys at Thome Secondary have a reaon to celebrate. In 2013, the school emerged as the top District school in the Kenya Certificate of […]

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Tharua Shares Culture with Mundy Road

Tharua Shares Culture with Mundy Road

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Fun-Filled Mentorship Day For Bursary Students

Fun-Filled Mentorship Day For Bursary Students

On 23rd April, thirty six secondary students benefiting from PA-MOJA sponsorship congregated at Ol Pejeta Conservancy for a fun-filled day lined with activities to discuss, […]

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It’s  an  ‘A’ For PA-MOJA Bursary Student

It’s an ‘A’ For PA-MOJA Bursary Student

Kelvin Kariuki is a soft spoken, deeply thoughtful young man focused on the future. He is  an ‘A’ student whichever way you look at him. […]

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Endana Secondary Ground Breaking Ceremony

Endana Secondary Ground Breaking Ceremony

After a long consultation between the government leaders, local leaders, and the Endana sponsors, Endana Secondary was finally chosen to be Samuel Etoo’s  Football Academy. […]

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PA-MOJA bursary student selected for community leadership team

PA-MOJA bursary student selected for community leadership team

Beatrice Ekomwa, a former PA-MOJA sponsored student from Endana Secondary school who just completed her form four final exam, was selected by the Ol Pejeta […]

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Merry Christmas from Tigithi Secondary to Heritage Woods!

Merry Christmas from Tigithi Secondary to Heritage Woods!

    Tigithi Secondary Science Connection students, Brian Juma, Victor Mageto, William Kamau, George Gitonga, Joseph Maina, and Simon Njuguna in Nanyuki town, made colourful […]

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Last Chance to Survive

Last Chance to Survive

We live in absurd times. Here is a bit of hard evidence: Seven Northern White rhinos remain on this earth; not one lives in the […]

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Lmuget Le Nkarna, a Samburu Moran Graduation Ceremony.

Lmuget Le Nkarna, a Samburu Moran Graduation Ceremony.

September, 2013 marks the end of an important period for Samburu morans, or Samburu warriors. This is normally done through a traditional ceremony known as […]

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PA-MOJA Grade 12 Sponsored Students Sit for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Exam.

PA-MOJA Grade 12 Sponsored Students Sit for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Exam.

On the 22nd of October at 8:00 AM sharp, fourth-year Kenyan students sharpen their pencils and squirm in their seats as they began the test […]

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Loise Girls’ School Welcomes PA-MOJA visitors – August 2013

Loise Girls’ School Welcomes PA-MOJA visitors – August 2013

In the summer of 2013, a PA-MOJA team of volunteers visited Loise Nanyuki Girls’ School to strengthen their sister school connection with Acadia Junior High […]

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Mwituria Students say Hello to Windermere

Mwituria Students say Hello to Windermere

Mwituria Secondary school is now a sister school with Windermere Secondary School in North Vancouver, B.C. Canada. School principal Muchemi, came to this school back […]

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Nine Elephants Moved from Ol Pejeta to Meru National Park

Nine Elephants Moved from Ol Pejeta to Meru National Park

The Laikipia-Samburu ecosystem has the second largest population of elephants in Kenya making it a hotspot for human-elephant conflict. In order to mitigate this conflict, […]

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Mwituria Secondary School Students Sing for Windermere

Mwituria Secondary School Students Sing for Windermere

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Thome Boys Secondary still growing

Thome Boys Secondary still growing

Thome Boys Secondary School, a center of excellence, is one of the few schools of its kind. On a recent visit, Moses Waihenya,  the education […]

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PA-MOJA Team Visits Endana Primary School

PA-MOJA Team Visits Endana Primary School

As the PA-MOJA team entered the school compound, 220 nursery children gave a warm welcome by holding hands with the visitors. This was quite a […]

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Community Leaders Elect a New Representative

Community Leaders Elect a New Representative

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Living on Communal Land

Living on Communal Land

Land ownership has been a hot topic for millennia. When the US was first created, Thomas Jefferson heavily contemplated how to legally deal with land […]

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Cheetah eats Impala on the Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Cheetah eats Impala on the Ol Pejeta Conservancy

PA-MOJA volunteers, Alison Stuart, Silvia Knittel, Betty Kiddell and Leigh Vierstra witnessed and filmed a cheetah bring down and eat a pregnant impala. In the […]

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