A student at the Kenya polytechnic university college. Facilitator on community issues, also active christian student leadership, and active crusade for environmental conservation and involvement of students.
Incorporate the Micah challenge in the community development issues and dig deeper into environmental conservation issues and remain a key facilitator in involving the various stakeholders in it.
I'm proud of:
Being young and harnessing the energy in me for the good of everyone around me.
Being an active crusader for young people and environmental issues in conserving the ecosystem
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Thanks for the comment on my posting. It carries extra weight coming from you, as I know you are one of the young leaders in the continent championing a different perspective. I like to think we are changing perception, but we can't relax in those efforts - we have to celebrate our successes and tell those stories with the same confidence and urgency as we share our challenges.
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