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Day of the African Child Celebration! Priscar writes another poem!

June 16th is an important day in Africa! It is the Day of the African Child and every year we celebrate along with so many other organizations serving within the continent. This year is definitely different though..... COVID-19 has put our large gatherings on hold so instead, I met one on one with a few of the girls and young women from The Angaza Project to highlight them! To continue the celebration of the Day of the African Child, we highlight Priscar, Shining Scholar in Form 4, age 18. Priscar pushes through challenges and keeps her focus on education. Despite her heart health challenges, she attended school every day and never missed a Girls Empowerment at The Angaza Project.....that is

Celebrating Day of the African Child!

June 16th is an important day in Africa! It is the Day of the African Child and every year we celebrate along with so many other organizations serving within the continent. This year is definitely different though..... COVID-19 has put our large gatherings on hold so instead, I met one on one with a few of the girls and young women from The Angaza Project to highlight them! Before I go any further, this day is so important because it focuses on the barriers that African children face in order to receive a quality education. Here in Kenya, both girls and boys have challenges, but historically it is more so for the girls. The Angaza Project has been supporting girls in their education journey

We Shine- By Priscar, Form 4

One of our Shining Scholars in Kenya, Priscar (Form 4), loves to write. She is always in her journal writing her thoughts and she has a talent in poetry. She has another one that she shared with us about COVID-19, but we will share that later on. We hope you enjoy her poem called "We Shine."