Mtota Africa is launched
Mtoto Africa was launched in 2008, by founder, Fredrick Gituku.
Servicing the community
Initially, we began services through our Comet House in 2014, which was a home to 12 underprivileged children from a Kenyan village where Fredrick grew up.
We provid basic needs like clothing, shelter, food and academic supports, which allow the students to focus on education. Given the success of the program, and considering education needs and magnitude we identified over time, we decided to start our own school. Most schools, private and public tend to have large class sizes, some up to 70 in a classroom and only one educator in the room. The Comet House School intends to include pre-school and grades Kindergarten through 12th. Our vision is to supplement the education expenses for half of our enrolled underprivileged students through scholarships with the others paying full tuition. In alignment with our Theory of Change,