Video chat with kenyan girls
I was so grateful the day KCDF, the implementation organization of the Global Give Back Circle in Kenya, told me that I would receive a scholarship from the Master Card Foundation and Microsoft, to a 9-month ICT Lab, where my peers and I received ICT skills and invaluable life-skills.
This helped me master the Microsoft applications and get my Microsoft Certifications.
Today, I strongly believe I am amongst the leaders of tomorrow. This is the greatest opportunity we have and we are so very proud of being able to give back so much of what we have been given.
As a way of giving back, and of my appreciation, I have committed my time to mentor girls at the orphanage where I grew up. I know what they are feeling and the kind of love and encouragement they need.
The challenge was always how to pay the school fees, but I thank God my school fees were paid for by the owner of the home. At the time, I did not know what it was about, but I felt something good was coming.
– Ann I learned early on that life is not fair, and that change is a constant. As an infant, born out of wedlock, I was thrown into a world that was fraught with difficulty and left to tackle this on my own.
I was an orphan in the Ebuhando village, and it was not an easy life.
We have a very strong and lovely relationship, which I describe simply as ‘awesome.’ She is such an amazing woman in my life!
We communicate several times a month and truly share a lot with one another.