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I am a Certified Health Educator, currently working with the Renewable Energy and the Insurance Industries. I am also an advocate for people experiencing or surviving domestic violence and sexual assault.
I have experience as an educator working with adolescents and young adults. I have also been actively involved with the geriatric population as well.
I have a great passion for helping people, connecting them with people and resources for health, wellness, community development and capacity building.
Is to one day create a non-profit organization that focuses on education, health and wellness, housing, job creation and overall self-development, improving the community in a sustainable way.
I'm proud of:
My own self development, through education, self assessment and evaluation. I am now more vocal with improved social and communication skills.
I am proud of my involvement and contribution to the community of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assualt.
I am proud to have participated in the Global Learning Festival Uganda, 2017.
It was a great learning experience in the concept of Community Life competence
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