WESH 2: 


Who We Are

We are a subsidiary of Native American New Life Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization.
This program was established in 2011 after realizing the educational needs in the community that were not being met by existing local entities. 

The school dropout rate has become like an epidemic. Statistics show that over 55% of high school students drop out throughout the entire Navajo Reservation. Also college dropout has reached over 72% in this community.
This dropout has regenerated into other social issues which includes but not limited to: 

  • Teenage pregnancy

  • Drug and alcohol abuse

  • Juvenile delinquency

  • Vandalism

  • Youth crimes

​Thus resulting into family dysfunction which is tearing the social fabric of various

communities on the Navajo reservation.

NEW Programs @ RMCHS-Addiction Treatment Center:

  • Life Skills
  • College Preparatory
  • Adult Basic Literacy

Coming this Fall!

New Life School of Ministry

2018 Spring GED Orientation 




Organizational Mission Statement

We strive to meet the physical, spiritual, educational and socio economical needs of the communities thus empowering them to be self sustaining. We accomplish this mission by offering various programs to meet these needs.

WAPT 16:


​"Called from Kenya to minister to the Navajo"

WDSU News:

Navajo Times

"Center hosts graduation for 53 GED students"

      Celebrating 6 years! 


Santa Fe New Mexican

"GED students on reservation face additional challenges"

New Mexico Education

"From hardship to high school graduate"


​NBC 5:

Organizational Vision:

We strive to meet physical, spiritual, educational  and socioeconomic needs of the community and empowering them to be self reliant.

Program Mission:

To successfully prepare high school dropouts within the ages of 16 and older in basic literacy and GED diploma and create awareness to students on life lessons and other skills.

GED Testing Services

​"Top tip to keep students motivated"


NM Polities: The Real Story

​"Unique program helps Navajo students pass GED test"



"Grassroot efforts help students earn their GED"

Number of GED/ HSE Graduates:


2016- ​120



  •  Have 96% GED passing rate in the state of NM
  •  Have 97% GED Math passing rate in NM
  •  Helped over 450 students earn their high school diploma equivalency.
  • Helped over 160 students join college or higher learning institutions.
  • Established Spanish GED program in Gamerco
  • Voted Program of the year 2011-12 by New Mexico Coalition for Literacy.
  • One of our students was voted the student of the year 2012-13 by New Mexico Coalition for Literacy.
  • Got approved to administer state GED testing.
  • Got approved to administer teachers` licensure testing.
  • Our graduation for 2016 increased by 200%
  • Our Executive Director, Mr Benson Ndolo was awarded with an Accomplishment Award by The Legislature of the State of New Mexico 2016
  • New GED at RMCHS - Behavioral Treatment Center 



Maisha Mapya International Ministries Inc. 

Our testing Center has been certified by Pearson Vue and Department of Education to administer Teachers` Licensure computer based testing. So far over 200 teachers have taken their tests and more are scheduled to take their tests every week.

"KOAT 7 Action News" Covers the capabilities and achievements of Executive Director, Benson Ndolo