Alphonce Oginga


  • Planning, University of Nairobi, 2013
  • Economic and environmental project: Poultry raising, goat rearing, and tree planting
  • Karabuor Village
  • Mentor: Catherine Kaimenyi

Alphonce Oginga lost his father and mother as a child.  He was able to finish his schooling because he was sponsored by the Christian Children’s Fund so that his school fees were paid.  Alphonce’s PATHWAYS project is to help provide a source of income for the community members through poultry rearing.  His project also involves tree planting to reduce soil erosion and improve crop productivity. Alphonce expresses, “I believe that I owe so much to this society and I have good plans for it.  I shall give back to it more than it has given me.”

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Catherine Kabaire

  • Medicine, University of Nairobi, 2016
  • Girl Project: Promoting education through youth mentorship and income generating activities
  • Nakuru
  • Mentor: Fred Otieno and Catherine Kaimenyi

Catherine comes from a single parent home.  Her father passed way due to TB complications.  Her mother is a casual laborer and haDSCN5071s struggled to provide for Catherine’s school expenses.  Catherine is in medical school at the University of Nairobi. Her PATHWAYS project focuses on helping single mothers earn an income so they can afford school fees for their daughters. Catherine says, “I would like to help girls from my community; mentor them so they are able to make the right decisions and pursue their dreams.  Most of the girls end up dropping out of school, getting pregnant, getting married.  This is a result of poverty and lack of support and mentoring.”

Eric Lemungesi


  • Environmental Health, Kenyatta University, graduated July 2016
  • Girl Project: Promoting education and through youth mentorship and income generating activities
  • Isiolo County
  • Mentor: Catherine Kaimenyi

Eric is the fifth born of seven children.  He was born in Loruko in DSCN5020Oldonyiro Division of Isiolo County where in 1996 there were war clashes between the Somali and Samburu communities.  Eric and his family were forced to flee for their safety.  Due to this upheaval, Eric was left with his aunt who raised him. Eric’s dream is to start an orphanage and rehabilitation center and sensitize Kenyans on the importance of education.  He is studying Environmental Health at Kenyatta University. Eric says, “I want to be an instrument of positive change in my community…my destiny is my agenda..”  Eric’s project focuses on assisting girls in the semi-arid area of Oldonyiro Division in Isiolo County.

Justus Lelenguiya Salach

  • Education, Kenyatta University, 2015
  • Education Project: Promoting education through youth mentorship and tuition
  • Ngari village, Samburu county
  • Mentor: Catherine Kaimenyi

Justus was born in DSCN5075Ng’ari village, Samburu district in Kenya.  He scored the highest in his class on the standardized test given to all secondary school leavers (KCSE).

Justus has always dreamt of becoming a teacher to be able to teach and motivate the people of his community and country. He chose this career because of the low literacy and overall education levels of the people in his community. Continue reading