Wycliffe started the program in 2018, but his sponsor couldn’t continue supporting his education after COVID. Wycliffe studies at Rev. Musa Gitau Primary Boarding School and cannot wait to do well and be able to qualify for a good High school. Wycliffe is known for being very social at school and has a lot of friends. He loves listening to live music when he’s not in school. Wycliffe lives with both his parents and two other siblings in the Kawangware slum. Both the parents are working but the income got is not enough to sustain the family. His mother is a shop attendant in a local shop and his father is a security guard in a local security firm. They live in a two-room house that is made of rusty iron sheets and timber. It is connected to electricity but with no water that they then have to buy and the family has to share washrooms with their neighbors. Wycliffe sleeps on a bunk bed with his other two siblings. They are lucky to have a small television set and a radio in which the family uses for entertainment.