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Eunice’s Story

My name is Eunice Juma and am 23 years old. I come from a small village called Buchirinya in Mumias Town.

I am a total orphan after the death of both my parents.My childhood wasn’t a good one because I had to be relocated every now and then to different relatives which means I had to change schools too that affected me in one way or the other but the good part of it is that I went through education despite all the challenges.

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A School Uniform Thank You!

We recently received this wonderful video from Kenya of our Nasio-supported children saying thank you for the Gingham dresses and jumpers donated/knitted by our supporters.

As you might recall, education is free in Kenya, but children are required to have a school uniform in order to attend school. Consequently the importance of these donations cannot be overstated.

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Exceptional Students Programme Launch

The Launch of Our Exceptional Students Programme

It is our hope that with the right mentorship, school and environment, these exceptional students can achieve their full potential and develop into future leaders.

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Nasio Supported Brother & Sister Both Decide To Go Into Medicine

Rajab’s sister joins medical college.

You may remember in May we featured one of Nasio's first supported children, Rajab, who is now a clinical officer working at our medical centre. I am now delighted to tell you that his younger sister, Amidah Makokha, has joined the Kenya Medical Training College, to start her certificate in Health Records Information Technology. She was inspired by her volunteer work and by her brother Rajab.

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Moses begins his three years studies in dental technology

Moses begins his three years studies in dental technology

My name is Moses Mudenyo, and I’m one of the beneficiaries of the Nasio Trust. I am so happy to inform you that I successfully completed my secondary education and am now joining Kenya Medical Training College.

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Rajab Is Now A Medical Volunteer & A Graduate!

My name is Rajab Kweyu Makokha. I’m Twenty three years old.I joined Nasio Trust organization at the age of 7 years as a partial orphan living with my mother who was doing small scale business.

After four years in high school, I was able to successfully complete my Secondary education and joined Kenya Medical Training College to pursue Clinical medicine and Surgery course.

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What Child Sponsorship Means To Me

Child sponsors speak from the heart

Hear from a group of our generous child sponsors and what they get from supporting a Nasio Child.

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The importance of a good night’s sleep

A lack of sleep can have detrimental effects on a child’s education and ability to learn.

But many of our Nasio children in western Kenya are without a bed, and sleep every night on a blanket laid on the mud floor of their family home due to poverty. This is why The Nasio Trust is launching an appeal to raise £8,000 to provide beds for our 115 children who currently have no beds.

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Sylvia’s Story

My name is Sylvia Omurunga and I am 24 years old, a second born in a family of three siblings.

My parents divorced when I was 9 months old and my mother took me back with her to her parents home. I was brought up at my maternal grandparents. My mother died in 2014 when I was 16 years old. After my mother’s death we were left alone and we had to manage ourselves in a child headed family alongside my sibling and cousins for one year before the family members brought in one of my elder cousins to take care of us.

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Rajab Is Training With The Spirulina Team

Rajab, one of our sponsored Nasio children, is currently volunteering at the medical centre now that his final year medical studies have been put on hold due to Covid-19.

Rajab has also taken the opportunity to train with our spirulina production team. He’s developed a keen interest to learn more about spirulina as he’s seen the benefits it can deliver as he helped support families impacted by the flooding.

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