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Alice Muhonja Simiyu

About Me: 

My name is Alice Muhonja Simiyu the founder and Executive Director of Safisha AfricaWelfare Foundation.I was married for over 20 years and served as a Pastor together with my husband who rose to high rank in the Church .After the issue of his unfaithfulness to the marriage was discovered I was rendered jobless being dismissed from the pastoral duties as a bad wife.He was retired and given benefits and he ran away from us as a family leaving me with four youthful children who needed to eat,cloth and be educated.Through the grace of God I stoop up survived in such a challengful situation and now I educate the children who are at the university and one at
Iam here as an example to many women who men have left to stand up and affirm themselves Some women have already been dismissed by the community they live in,work places,and in various leadership.
As an good example I run a project helping women and those with children whose fathers ahave abandoned them and have no knowledge whatsoever ,others have escaped terrible violence and other husbands have run away from families just to mention few.I offer hope into their lives and a better hope to children in a classroom.

My Passions: 
To make children and women excel in life
My Challenges: 
Financial limitations to support women and children
My Vision for the Future: 
To empower women and children in rural populations andurban slumssettings
My Areas of Expertise: 
Counselling,teaching,Administration,project development
My Languages: 
English, Swahili

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