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janesnyakundi

KenyaNAIROBI, Kenya

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January 19, 2013

JANES NYAKUNDI

About Me: 

My name is Janes. I was born and brought up in Kenya by Christian parents I went to school in Kenya , of course in the rural areas where girls didn't have equal rights with boys. I was particularly saddened by what girls of my time were subjected to; female genital mutilation. At that time, I did not know the effects of F.G.M, a fact the made me to write a journal about it.

My Passions: 
To empower the girl child ttrough education
My Challenges: 
Culture and poverty
My Vision for the Future: 
To change the old tradion that discourages education for girls
My Areas of Expertise: 
Early childhood education
My Languages: 
Other, ENGLISH, KISWAHILI, KISII

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