A Literacy advocate and a volunteer

Elizabeth Ziro
Posted October 17, 2019 from Kenya

It is always an honour and truly satisfying. Excited and humbled to have been featured in October months 2018 Coast Women Magazine as a Woman impacting positively in the community and society at large in matters Literacy. This came after spearheading different programs in the region which are bringing a positive impact to pupils in schools. Rescuing a boy who was on the verge of dropping out from school third year in secondary level of education due to financial challenges and sending him back to school to complete his education and among other initiatives.. Here is the link

http://shanifakii.blogspot.com/2019/01/turning-kilifis-literacy-scale-up...

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Stella Paul
Oct 17
Oct 17

Dear Elizabeth
It was so nice to read through the blogpost! The challenges that young girls face in your province is the set of challenges faced by girls worldover. But where there are leaders like you, changes come. I sincerely hope you find more support from people who believe in their country's future and come forward to help you. Keep up the good work sister and keep lighting the world. Much love from India!

Hello, dear Stella, it so nice to read a comment from you. :) I miss you. Hope all is well with you. Have a great day!

Stella Paul
Oct 17
Oct 17

Dear Karen

I miss you too. Personal battles kept me away for a while. But I am back and its lovely to return to my sisters! Big hugs!

Hello, dear,

Oh, that's tough. But I'm glad that you are strong and resilient. Yay, you're back! You have this uniwue way of lifting up our sisters, and it is truly special to receive encouragement from you. Thank you! Hugs!

Jill Langhus
Oct 18
Oct 18

Yay! Stella's back! I hope you're feeling better now, dear, and taking it easy!?

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Elizabeth Ziro
Oct 17
Oct 17

Greetings to you Stella,
I am humbled and thanks for taking time to read through the blogpost. I believe with time change will come as i rescue one vulnerable child at a time. I have become a beggar with no shame in my mission to advocate for literacy and this has made me impact the society. Good to connect with you my sister from India and thank you so much for the support, your encouragement means the world. Kind regards

Anita Shrestha
Oct 17
Oct 17

Dear Good work, plz keep continue

Elizabeth Ziro
Oct 17
Oct 17

Hi Anita, i appreciate the positive feedback, thanks for the support, it means alot. Best wishes

Hello, Elizabeth,

Congratulations on being featured on Coast Woman Magazine.
I applaud you and your great work on providing literacy to children and for the heroic act of rescuing a boy from dropping out.
Thank you for sharing the link to this story.

Elizabeth Ziro
Oct 17
Oct 17

Dearest Karen,
Much gratitude for your continued support, it means the world dear. Sending love from Kenya

You’re welcome, dear. Keep up the great work. Much love to you and Kenya, too!

Lisbeth
Oct 17
Oct 17

Congratulations my name. I pray for the awards to follow soon.
Hugs

Elizabeth Ziro
Oct 17
Oct 17

Glad to read from you dear sis, you have just made my day. Actually , theres is one coming soon , and i am among the nominated for the Women award of the year with the Coast Woman Magazine, celebrating community heroines. I will keep you posted. Hugs right back

Lisbeth
Oct 17
Oct 17

Oh you are ;-). Splendid! Congrats in advanced and waiting for update.
Regards

Elizabeth Ziro
Oct 17
Oct 17

Thank you

Jill Langhus
Oct 18
Oct 18

Hello Dear Elizabeth,

How are you doing, dear? Very cool! Thanks for sharing this milestone... great job! You deserve it. I'm sure there will be many more!!!

Happy Friday and weekend to you, dear:-)

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Elizabeth Ziro
Oct 18
Oct 18

Dearest Jill,
I am well , God is good.
I shared because i know it will motivate someone somewhere.
I am truly humbled and for sure waiting for many more :-)
xx

Jill Langhus
Oct 18
Oct 18

Hello again:-)

Great to hear!! Yes!

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