One of the first families to work with Mentors International in Kenya

Otina and her husband Raphael are one of the first families to receive mentoring and business training from Mentors International in Kenya. They run a small tailoring shop as their only source of income.

Otina wants to make sure that her children are learning a profession, so they have taught them how to sew and alter clothing.

Raphael and Otina make sure that their older children are attending these mentoring classes to learn these self-reliance principles of setting a budget, monitoring their spending, saving for the future, and staying out of personal debt.

Otina is proud of her family’s progress. She is very hopeful about their future and all of the new opportunities that will come their way because they have increased their knowledge.

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