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

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

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