Testimonials from the children
We are glad to have a made a great impact on the children and they clearly have appreciated our efforts from the feedback and testimonials we have gotten from them so far.
My parents do small scale businesses. My father is currently a welder. He is the sole provider of my school fees. He also takes care of my two cousins who are orphans. My mother lives in the countryside.She sells ropes or sometimes cassavas in the nearby market to provide for my younger sisters
and brothers. I want to study Journalism
I thank Macheo people for making my dream
come true. By training me physically, emotionally and mentally. Though my family is struggling to get money, I would like to get a small job after KCSE to pay for my younger sister and brother school fees. After KCSE results are released I would like to join a university and continue with my education
I come from a family of three girls. My mother
works as a house help and my father is a construction worker. My elder sister completed form four in 2012 but until now she has not been able to find a job. I am the second born in our family and am in form four. My younger sister is now in form two and she studies very hard to be a lawyer. I, on the other hand would like to be an Airhostess
I thank God for offering me the chance to be part of Macheo. This programme has mentored me, taken me to places and developed me both physically and spiritually. I really want to become a Doctor
When I joined form two, a programme called
Macheo, was started in Kibera by Strathmore
University. By good luck I was among the pioneer students. I would like to continue with my education after form four so that I get a well-paying job to assist my family as well as the community where I come from.
I hope to become an accountant
‘’I am the second of five boys. We have been
bought up by two parents. My eldest brother is in college. My four other brothers are still in
primary school. My father works in a security
agency, while my mum is unemployed.
I want to study Medicine at the University of
Muli is 18 years old.