“My father died when I was 12. My mother raised my two siblings and I singlehandedly. We lived in an informal settlement. I wanted to become a nurse, but when I couldn’t join the university, I immersed myself in community work. That led to my first encounter with Nairobits as one of their students. I completed the training and went on to get a job. I had made it out, but I just couldn’t forget about the thousands of other girls like me I had left behind”
Read the whole article, My job is to make disadvantaged girls tech-savvy here.
Learn more about Miriam Wambui and Susan Achieng’s project, Somesha Kike Project, Inc, here.