Ms Momanyi lands new International Job

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Ms Momanyi, Eddie Ndichu, Janet Mbugua and Paul Ndichu (Instagram)

Evaline Momanyi, popularly referred to as Mo has been appointed as a Board Member to the Africa Advisory Board of Save the Children UK.

An excited Ms Momanyi, who is married to Paul Ndichu, shared the good news via her Instagram stating that it’s everyone’s responsibility to ensure we provide a good environment for kids to grow and thrive.

Mo has joined an international non-governmental organization that promotes children's rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries under “Save the Children Fund”.

She added that the main focus of the organization is to help deprived and marginalized children in our country.

Hi guys. I am so excited to share with you that I have been appointed as Board Member to the Africa Advisory Board of Save the Children UK. If you follow my posts, you must have got to understand I have deep passion for totos and giving back....it is thus so natural for me to take up such a role. I can't wait to share with you more about what @savechildrenuk and @savethechildren_kenya are doing. On the several meetings we've had...amazing stuff! And honestly....the stories are both heartbreaking but also powerful vibes of people who want to make a difference in the lives of children.It is our responsibility to ensure we provide a good environment for kids to grow and thrive....do we even understand whats happening to kids especially in marginalised areas in Kenya? I cant wait to share with you more on the work being done.....and how everyone can play a role. It's time to see how we can help the deprived and marginalized children in our country. Please follow @savethechildren_kenya and @savechildrenuk and look out on how you can be part of making sure all children will be Free to Live....Free to Learn and Free from Harm!” reads Ms Momanyi’s announcement.

Baby Kwanza

Last year, Ms Momanyi and her hubby Paul Ndichu Mwaura welcomed a new born baby into their family named Kwanza.

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