Edmond joined the program in 2010 but his sponsor wasn’t able to continue supporting his education. He graduated high school in 2017 and is pursuing a Mass Communication Bachelor’s Degree at Africa Nazarene University. On school breaks, Edmond goes home to stay with his parents and two siblings in the Kawangware slum. Both his parents are work but their income isn’t enough to sustain the family, so they are all thankful for this program that allows Edmond to have access to so much that he wouldn’t otherwise be able to. The family lives in a two-room house that is made of rusty iron sheets and timber with electricity and no water. They share washrooms with their neighbors and have to buy drinking water. All the children share a bunk bed. They do have a small television that they use for family entertainment.