I used to be a real lover of rules. But my life offered me experiences to grow out of being a rule follower, and I think that’s because the world is changing, and I’m growing with it.
Access to Education
I AM NEW TO THE DIGITAL WORLD AS OF 2008.Since then I have discovered things in the digital world that are no longer new to me and have beocme part of my routine.
I am Vivian Karimi, a Kenyan female with a passion to nurture girls, women and youths.
“The strategy used in women’s prisons now is one of humiliation rather than rehabilitation” -Jane Evelyn Atwood
I founded Peopleweaver. We work with Congolese women refugees living in the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement in Uganda. For several years the microcredit women requested adult education.
YES, Education paves way out of poverty. BREAKING THE CYCLE of poverty isn't easy, but it's possible.
Many developed countries uphold human rights through child protection laws, compulsory education, anti-discrimination legislation, and regular elections, but these human rights had been restored after
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”– Nelson Mandela
It is well-known that women who are educated make certain that their family is educated and give back to the community.