So far this year AfCiC has helped 30 vulnerable children to join high school by providing school fees, school items and textbooks.
One such beneficiary is Moses who is an orphan, living with his brothers in two rented rooms. AfCiC started working with his family in 2006 after his two older brothers were identified by AfCiC social workers on the streets of Thika. His brother Francis performed well in his KCPE exams and was admitted at Chania Boys School. He managed to score B+ in his KCSE and he is happy that he will join the university. George is in skills training with AfCIC. Moses is a disciplined boy, hardworking and inspirational to others as he says, “where you have come from is not important what is important is where you are going”. The story of this family is one of sheer determination, hard work, perseverance, hope and success.