Maureen Corrigan is an American journalist, literary critic and Georgetown University english professor and author of the acclaimed “So We Read On: How The Great Gatsby Came to Be and Why It Endures.” She writes for the “Book World” section of The Washington Post, and is the book critic on the NPR radio program Fresh Air. This […]
“Nyumbani is my family and my home. I came to Nyumbani when I was 8 years old. I thank God that they helped me get an education and medicines and, more importantly, welcomed me with an open heart. They accepted me when I was weak and had no place to go. They also encouraged my […]
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We’re thrilled to report that several Nyumbani students have been accepted to study for a degree in computing sciences, thanks in part to their prior lessons in the computer lab at Nyumbani Children’s Home In 2005. The Nyumbani Computer Lab was built at the Children’s Home in Nairobi and was upgraded in 2006 with new […]