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Here you can read about our Children’s achievements and success stories, as well as finding out what it’s like to sponsor a Nasio child.

Halila’s Story

Halila Amakecho has made us so proud! She scored 343 out of 500 marks in her KCPE exams is now a form one student at Friends School Tigoi Girls – one of the best girls’ school in Kenya. She is now shining in secondary school, having achieved an A – and position two in her […]

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Bridgit’s Story

Bridgit’s a partial orphan living with her mother at Bukaya Itenje, western Kenya. The Nasio Trust has sponsored her education throughout her life, first at Milimani primary school where she performed well in her exams with a score of 360/500, and then at St. Mary’s Girls Mumias (which is one of the best schools in Kenya) for her secondary education. She was a highliy engaged learner in school and maintained her good performance with a mean grade of B in her final secondary level exams. Read her story now.

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What Child Sponsorship Means To Me

We’re delighted to share this short movie where an incredible group of our generous child sponsors speak from the heart about what they get from supporting a Nasio Child.

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Riziki’s Story

My Name is Riziki Hamisi from Mumias and one of the NASIO TRUST beneficiaries as well as one of the Peer educators in the program. Peer education program has enabled me to gain guiding and counselling skills and knowledge, with this knowledge I have been able to educate my fellow peers and show them direction […]

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Ernest’s Story

My name is Ernest Mukabana. I am 16 years old being born on 7th May 2004, I am the last born in the family of three siblings, I am a partial orphan who comes from a small village called Buchirinya in Mumias West sub county, my father died in the year 2005 after being sick […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Japheth’s Journey

Japheth was a Nasio supported child who is now employed as an Education Coordinator for The Nasio Trust! This is his story… I am Musindalo Japheth. A total orphan and of the Nasio Trust Beneficiaries. I joined the Nasio Trust organization in the year 2009. This was after the death of my mother and my […]

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Lucas is inspiring us all during lockdown

20-year old Lucas is single-handedly making recycled hand wash containers! In 2015, Lucas, aged only 12 was left under the care of his 14-year-old brother when their parents died. Now a 20-year-old, Lucas has taken on sole responsibility for four of his siblings as one of Nasio’s child-headed families. Thanks to Nasio sponsorship he’s training […]

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Sponsor a child in July & your 1st month’s donation will be doubled!

We believe that children are better supported growing up in a family than in an institution isolated from their community. We find guardians for the almost 400 children we support, so they have a parent-figure and an extended network around them as they grow. Our Early Childhood Development Centres then provide a daily meal, pre-primary […]

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