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Becoming Maasai Women: Stop FGM and Empower the Women

As co-founder of Africa Schools of Kenya (ASK), I'm thrilled to announce that our initial goal to raise $18,000 to assure all Maasai girls in Esiteti Kenya complete an Alternative Rite of Passage (ARP … Read More»

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It's so Unfortunate: Barriers that prevent Success & Solutions to ending those Barriers

Although I have not gone through nearly one quarter of what so many women worldwide have had to go through in my life, I have experienced my fair of discrimination. … Read More»

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Dream of Mam

More than 50 years of Independence of my country that are a lot of thing changing in it The most importing is the Education … Read More»

Petunia007's picture

Paint Me Not Red

I was an inquisitive child. I was always trying to figure out the reasons behind things. … Read More»

Binti Kamau's picture

THE TRUTH INFECTION

I always cried to get an education. Here is my story: … Read More»

Sophie's picture

Going back to the roots to inspire girls to dream

Memories take me back to some very good friends in primary school who I wish to talk about. While I was in primary class 8, my best friend was Claris Wanjiru*. … Read More»

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Young, beautiful, intelligent and naïve!

I would like to share my story with you, as to how I messed up in my youth. I got pregnant at the age of 16 and I was in Form 3 (Grade 10) and close to writing my final exams. … Read More»

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Kenya, Give the Girls a Chance

Although education is globally acknowledged as an essential human right, generally many girls have been locked out of educational systems in their respective communities. … Read More»

Phionah Musumba's picture

Looking Back, to Forge Ahead

I come from a family of 7, the youngest girl. I am not boasting when I say that I was born a very bright child. … Read More»

EK. Chemorion's picture

HELP ME CELEBRATE ONE VITAL VOICE

"It is my dream to bring the girls in my small Maasai village of Enoosaen, Kenya a future of hope. … Read More»

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