Graduation!

At the end of last year, Marlyne and Kelvin, two of the first children adopted into Action Two Africa’s Child Sponsorship Program, were proudly awarded their secondary school diplomas. After years of hard work and determination, they finally graduated! We here at Action Two Africa celebrated when this happened. Marlyne and Kelvin’s achievements embody what […] Continue reading →

“Towards My Dream” A Reflection by Daniel

True transformation is a journey, and when followed closely, the changes that result can be powerful. One of Action Two Africa’s main focuses is transformation through education. Not only does education bring hope to communities, but it paves the way for empowerment as well. Meet Daniel. Daniel has been a part of Action Two Africa’s […] Continue reading →

Selpha

It is with heavy hearts that we must make you aware of the passing of Selpha, one of the precious young women in our sponsorship program. Selpha was a cheerful 15-year old girl who grew up in the Kiambiu community outside Nairobi. Medical complications led to her untimely death on Tuesday, October 13th, 2015. Selpha […] Continue reading →

Is Private Education Really Necessary?

Sometimes, when we tell people that a big part of Action Two Africa’s mission is to put children into private schools in Kenya, we worry that this concept might be misunderstood. In 2003, Kenya’s president made primary education (1st through 8th grade) free. This fact might lead one to ask, “Then why are donations and […] Continue reading →

2nd Annual Garage Sale Fundraiser

Summer is in full swing and, looking back, we are amazed that a year has already passed since our Open Challenge and the start of our partnership with GlobalGiving! During the Open Challenge, we were able to raise $8,130, enough to provide school sponsorships for 13 Kenyan children. We were so humbled and grateful for […] Continue reading →

Raphael’s Transformation

*This update is from Humphrey Muchuma, founder and CEO of Action Two Africa, and a dedicated Kenyan citizen Raphael is a 17-year old boy from Kiambiu. I have known Raphael’s family for a long time. They have lived in Kiambiu since 2004. Last year, Raphael’s mother came to me, very concerned. Her son had always […] Continue reading →

Back to School

  The new year has started on a high note for operations at Action Two Africa. Schools reopened on January 7th, and Action Two Africa’s sponsored children have returned another term full of learning and studying. Marlyne, a 16-year old Kiambiu resident and Action Two Africa’s first beneficiary, is now in her last year of […] Continue reading →

Action Through Education

      Selpha embodies resilience. Her father died when she was two years old and her mother is blind, making sustenance in Kiambiu a daily challenge for her family. Yet she presses on. Selpha just passed her 8th grade exams, a huge step forward in the Kenyan education system. In the late fall, Selpha […] Continue reading →