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So far Logos has created 11 blog entries.

Mike Nyauke

I joined Logos in August 2011 when I was in my second year of high school studies at Starehe Boys Centre. Apart from school fees, one of the most fundamental benefits I received from Logos was being assigned a mentor during my first school break after joining Logos. From our very first interaction

Marion Ogeto

My name is Marion Ogeto and I am a lawyer, having graduated from Strathmore University in 2018, and currently awaiting admission to the Bar. I am passionate about human rights and my aim is to create a better world for women and girls from underprivileged, marginalized or vulnerable backgrounds. I am currently interning

Bonface Kitonyi

I was introduced to mentorship under the Logos Scholarship Fund by a close friend almost 8 years ago. I initially hesitated before enrolling into the program as I figured one needed to have some sort of training or a set of mentoring skills to qualify as a mentor. However, after several persuasions to

Francis Mugo

Francis Mugo Francis embodies courage and confidence and we are so excited to see the strides he is making. Always having a smile, and always ready to serve, the words “maisha ni kujituma” really stuck with us. He does not believe in waiting for opportunities to come his way, he goes

Rosa Nduati-Mutero

Rosa Nduati-Mutero My name is Rosa Nduati-Mutero and I am a member of the Nairobi Chapel, Ngong Road community of believers. I started going to church at Nairobi Chapel back in 1999. I went through the ten weeks Plug-In experience in 2014. As part of the course which seeks to connect participants

Christine Kendi

Christine Kendi Christine is the first born in a family of three children. Her parents run a small-scale business in the neighborhood of Kibra as a source of livelihood for the family. The returns from the business are only able to facilitate the family’s basic needs and support her aging grandparents in

Isaac Munene

Isaac Munene Isaac is the first born in a family of two children. His single mother is a casual laborer in the neighboring homes. Her income is unpredictable as the casual jobs come once in a while. Isaac was introduced to the program through his mother, who has sought help through the

Eugennue Onyango Ouma

Brian Omondi Eugennue is the first born in a family of three children. His father is an untrained teacher in an informal school in Kibera and the mother is a casual laborer. Due to insufficient finances to support their son’s high school education, the father introduced Eugennue to the program for support

Brian Omondi

Brian Omondi Brian is the last born in a family of four children. His single parent rears chicken as a means of livelihood to support her 3 children and 3 nephews. Brian was introduced to the program through a friend who saw the struggles the family had in educating him. Brian has

Caleb Macharia Kosen

Caleb Macharia Kosen Kosen is the third born in a family of five children. He had to wait for three years before he could join high school due to lack of funds. He opted to become a security guard so as to raise school fees and support his widowed mother together with

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