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Riziki’s Story

My Name is Riziki Hamisi from Mumias and one of the NASIO TRUST beneficiaries as well as one of the Peer educators in the program.

Peer education program has enabled me to gain guiding and counselling skills and knowledge, with this knowledge I have been able to educate my fellow peers and show them direction on what is right and wrong in their peer life, I also do guiding and counselling to some of them.

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Meet Josephine: Nasio Guardian & Beneficiary

Meet Josephine Mukoya Kweyu, one of the Nasio Trust’s Guardians and Beneficiaries.

Josephine, a widow and mother of 7 girls, was born in Bumini village in 1968. She was the firstborn in a family of 7 (2 boys and 5 girls). She attended Bumini primary school where she sat for her CPE in 1983, and later joined Shikoti Girls Secondary school, then Amukura Girls where she did her secondary school national exams.

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Josephine Speaks About The Power Of Education

Recorded during our virtual lunch conference in November 2020

Josephine speaks from the heart about the importance of education in her family's life.

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Esther has graduated & is going to university!

In a fantastic piece of news to kick off the new year, we’re excited and proud to tell you that Esther has graduated secondary education with the grades she needs to pursue a medical qualification at university.

Education is the single most powerful weapon we have in the fight to break the cycle of poverty. Esther is the very first Nasio-supported girl to go on to higher education.

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