Senior social worker/program manager

My name is Geoffrey Moseti Mochama. I have a masters degree in community development and social work.

I am the project manager for promise rescue center, which is the first one of its kind in Meru County, Kenya. My area of work will be organizing the staff, having cohesion among the staff, and coming up with new ways to ensure better life for Watoto wa Ahadi. I will also work with the community to teach them on child rights and protection. My prayer is to see these kids forget the past and understand that they are children of God.

I have also worked with other rescue home like Selam children home in Ethiopia, and St. Francis children home in Kenya. I have 11 years of experience working with different homes to make a life for orphans and vulnerable children in Africa.

Hear from Geoffrey: Geoffrey Interview

Social worker

My name is Ann Karanja. I hold a bachelors degree in business administration and human resource management.

I have 7 years of experience working with children and young people. I worked with Samaritan’s Purse International as a trainer where I was training youth on character development, life skills and behaviour change for the prevention of HIV/AIDS.

I have also been working with save the children International as a project officer where I have been ensuring child protection and training children and the community at large about children rights and child protection.

I am so excited and humbled to work with SODZO International since they have given me an opportunity to continue my passion of making a difference in these wonderful children’s lives and help them realise their potential and purpose in life.

Hear from Ann: Ann Interview

Social Worker

Christine is a graduate from Kenyatta University, with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Sociology.

She is trained in Skilful Parenting and Methods of Positive Discipline by the Parenting In Africa Network (PAN).

She is passionate about children and especially making families and the society at large a better place for children to thrive in. She is a God fearing lady who upholds integrity, truth and honesty. She is self-motivated and an innovative team player.

Hear from Christine: Christine Interview


My name is Kobia J Muthine. I will be working with SODZO as a chaplain at Watoto wa Ahadi home.

I have a diploma in community development and social work, certificate in pharmacy, training on child abuse management and rape management. I have worked with Good Samaritan’s children home and rehabilitation centre at Mathare slums, which has given me experience on the challenges the children are facing and how to help them to get out of those challenges. 

I am a Christian and strong believer on the word of God. I thank God and SODZO for giving me this opportunity to serve children and help them realise their dreams.   

Hear from Kobia: Kobia Interview

House Father

My name is Gervasio Murungi. I’ll be working with Sodzo International as a House Father in Watoto wa Ahadi Rescue Centre.

I studied in Igembe Secondary School. I attended training in child development in Limuru. I have work as a social worker in Compassion Assisted project- Timau for thirteen years working with needy children.

I am also a credited Methodist Church Preacher.

I’m excited to work with the children as a pioneer employee to ensure the initiative is successful and the children achieve their full potential. I’m also eager to help the children develop them spiritually, economically and socially.

God bless you.

Hear from Gervasio: Gervasio Interview

Farm Manager

My name is Eryjoy Mukomunene Ntiritu. I’ll be working with SODZO International as a Farm Manager (Gardener) at Watoto wa Ahadi Rescue Centre.

I have a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Community Development. I have previously interned with Meru North Disability Community Centre and Kenya Forest Service.

I’m excited to work with children to help them maximise on their full potential, show them the beauty of Earth, help them see themselves through God’s eyes and assist them to acquire skills that they will employ in their quest to be independent and to build the nation.

God bless you and God speed.

Hear from Eryjoy: Eryjoy Interview


My name is George Muthee. I am the cook at Watoto wa Ahadi rescue center.

I am excited to continue working to prepare food for children, and to help children learn the basics of cooking. I have 7 years working directly with children and food preparation at the Nturuba Secondary School as a cook.

It is my passion to help children realize their dreams and their rights as God’s children.

Hear from George: George Interview