Moses Kato21 April, 2017
Moses is the fifth oldest in a family of twelve children. He lives in the remote village of Masunkwe. Moses’ parents are poor and jobless. They survive by growing small crops to feed their family. The entire family of 14 members lives in a single room grass thatched mud house, using the dirt floor as their bed. Moses’ parents being without an income, find it very difficult to provide for their children especially in payment of tuition fees and provision of school supplies. Therefore, Moses has always struggled to regularly attend school. Against the odds and with hard work and determination, Moses has now graduated having passed his primary leaving examination. Moses was accepted by Neema Children’s Ministries, the outreach program of Kingdom Child Project. Neema Child Project’s Child Development Program provides funding toward Moses’ education, nutritional needs and medical care.