Moses left home very early in life. He was five years old. His father had deserted the family and subsequently died as a result of AIDS. He was living with his mother and younger brother, Daniel. According to the area chief of Moses' tribe, Moses' mother was so mentally unstable that Moses chose living with anteaters rather than stay at home. When Moses was found he was sleeping in an anteater hole. It was 2010 when Moses was brought to Tumaini and placed in a stable family with parents who love him and helped him grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. He has excelled in the Tumaini school and is now at the top of his class. He is another example of what the love of God can do in a young life which may have been wasted.