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Teach One Teach Five

The 28th May 2012 (Sunday afternoon) was bright and the young people gathered around the UN-offices at Kibera were eager to learn about the World Pulse Program
The discussion focused on the need for empowerment on young people as leaders of today through sharing their most original stories, without struggling for an editor’s review first.
As anticipated number was only five, but I recorded for a total of 16participants who were from various small community based projects within the slum.
Below are the names of both young men and women, whom I will be meeting for the initial start up of the registration as pulse members.
One of the most promising young men Fenton Kinyanjui has a great passion for telling the stories as they are.


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