Alumni

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Jean: Empowering Others to Dream

I want to ensure that the system adjusts to meet the needs of disadvantaged women in the community, and until we see change, we can empower these women to be the ones who will take a stand within their spheres of influence.

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Alice: Restoring Health

Because of Freely in Hope, I realized that I am a survivor and no longer a victim. I am more confident in myself which is why I am able to fight sexual violence.

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Winnie: Teaching the Next Generation

My vision is to see the girl child in school, empowered and independent. I encourage the girls that I teach and interact with to better their lives through education.

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Mary: Advocating for Girls Rights

FIH gives girls opportunities to change, grow, and most importantly, achieve their dreams. The experience at FIH molds us to be better and stronger women in society.

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Osikol: Advocating for Equality

I believe that both boys and girls are equal. I want to stand as a role model for girls who have been in the same situation as mine, I want for them to stand tall and know that they will overcome it.

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Sarafina: The Queen in Me

My biggest dream is to help reduce the percentage of women working in prostitution, both within my community and other communities throughout Kenya.

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