Hear our stories
Meet Ann Mwongeli who opened up a small hawking of sweets as a result of attending the Entrepreneurship class at HOPE-VTI. This generated an income enough to buy bus tickets back and forth to the Institute so that she could proceed with her studies in the advanced ICDL class (International Computer Driver Licence Class).
Meet Douglas Kamau and Sammy Gitari. After attending the entrepreneurship class in Kenya, Douglas borrowed Kshs180 (approx. 13 SEK), bought a tray of eggs, boiled them and sold them to truck drivers. He made a profit of Kshs200 and have never looked back since. His friend Sammy, attending the same class, made some artwork picture frames which he sold, making enough money to raise a capital to get into partnership with Douglas to start their business: They now run a small eating house along the Nakuru-Nairobi highway.
Mothers of students at HOPE-VTI Kenya extends their thanks
"Our children are being saved from drugs and substance abuse by spending time with computers at HOPE -VTI. We are happy as we could not have afforded to pay for such services if there was a cost.”
- Mothers in the Community - Nakuru, Kenya (2013)