My name is June and In 2015, I joined the Ngong Road Children’s Foundation, and since then, my life has taken an incredible path of growth and purpose. I started my educational journey at the Nelson Mandela Academy, one of the program’s focus schools, which laid the groundwork for my academic excellence.
Currently, I am in Form 3 at Kenya High School. I am not just a diligent student but also someone with diverse interests and hobbies. Dancing, swimming, and cooking are my go-to activities. These pursuits are not just hobbies; they are outlets for self-expression and contribute to my well-rounded and balanced lifestyle.
Apart from academics, I recharge my mind during my free time at school. Whether reading novels, playing handball, or enjoying swimming, I understand the importance of maintaining mental well-being amidst my studies.
My dreams go beyond my current academic endeavors. I aspire to become a lawyer, driven by a deep-seated passion for advocating for women who have faced injustices. My focus is to support those who have been defiled, raped, or unfairly stripped of their property after the demise of their husbands.
A pivotal part of my journey with the Ngong Road Children’s Foundation has been the Sexual Reproductive Health training I received. This training has left a lasting impact on me, emphasizing the significance of abstinence. I am committed to sharing these valuable lessons with my peers, recognizing the importance of education in promoting healthy choices and responsible behavior.
In me, you see resilience, passion, and a commitment to positively impacting the world. As I continue to pursue my education and work towards my dream of becoming a lawyer, I hope to inspire others within the Ngong Road Children’s Foundation community and beyond. My story is a testament to the transformative power of education and the potential for positive change when individuals are empowered to pursue their dreams.