“After graduating from High School, I hope to pursue a career in law. I want to be a voice for young women who’s stories are not heard.”
“My father died from tuberculosis when I was 8 years old and I stay with my single mother.
Life with my mother has not been easy because she is the sole supporter of the family. She doesn’t have a job, and has toiled from hand to mouth, so that we can afford to eat. We live in a tiny house in a slum near Kibera. When I finished my KCPE examinations, I received a sponsorship for secondary school. However, when I found out that my sponsor died, all of my dreams folded. I had aspired to become a lawyer when my friend told me she was raped. The rapist was never convicted which motivated even more to help young ladies who are sexually molested and denied of their rights. If only I could get the school fees, I will work extra hard to achieve my dreams–to develop projects that will help encourage young girls who are victimized.”