CLASS OF 2020
She runs a blog; girlsissuescom.wordpress, where she shares what she does in the community as far as girls are concerned and helps to bring to light the plight of the girl child in her community. Through this, she was able to be featured by UNICEF in November 2019.
She is a YALI Network member and she helps coordinate its activities in Busia county YALI Chapter. This includes organizing YALILearns events every month, a platform that brings young people and the community to a learning space.
In her profession, she has majorly worked with Non- governmental organization working with the communities directly. Her activities running from community mobilization and sensitization. Community development is in her. Her address is dianabett @yahoo.com
I also advocate to the Youth on understanding the Impact and Recommendations to Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH)
Am Vocal on Matters or Issues that affect the youth through our Busia County Local Radio Station as a Presenter to reach to our Community listeners.
on communication and counseling skills, Ante- natal care promoting heath facility, delivering home care for pregnant mothers, danger sign for mothers and newborns, post- natal care, household/home visits, KMC and skill training. Currently, she is a Village elder a role she uses to support her community to access to healthcare through education. She also supports community organizing initiatives through convening and registration of Youth and Women Groups.
In my free time, I enjoy reading both for leisure and for personal knowledge. Books have encouraged me and allowed me to travel to fictional worlds as well as brought me back to the reality of what can be done to make a change in my small portion of the world. The children today are the youth and leaders of tomorrow and I hope to be able to provide a platform for them all the while learning and improving my skills as an individual and professional. I hope to continue pursuing my dream to make change through the policies that affect both ourselves and our future generation. I make time to write and I am in the process of creating a blog in order to air my personal views and hope to one day be a published author.
I have been involved with HIV/Aids initiatives, peer to peer education, community mobilization, monitoring and evaluation, field research, capacity building as well as planning and implementing community-based projects. I have also worked in the past in quantitative surveys with just to name a few companies including African Population for Health and Research, youth agenda, SNV Kenya and Laterite Kenya. On top of that I have outstanding computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office that includes Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint. I have excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to make presentations to large groups of people.
I graduated from Moi University with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in sociology. I have busied myself with research and politics since my time in campus making me participate in various campaigns aimed at bettering the political scene of our country.
As a political activist, I have been in the forefront advocating for charge in the approach to the politics with a tagline of the youths being the change that can make it happen. I have works continuously with training teams tasked to pass the message on public participation, budget process and the youth empowerment through affirmative action, through inter party youth forum and siasa place. Currently I am a political mentee with Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is a German political foundation promoting democracy, good governance, rule of law and social market economy in Kenya.
My achievements include: Participating in training of youth adolescent aged 12-18 and accomplished the reduction of teenage pregnancy and HIV related cases both in Kericho and Kilgoris, participated in the making of Kericho county statistical abstract having participated as a field enumerator in the social service department, In my freelance writing have managed to fundraise for various youth groups and also became a research assistant to Researchers in different fields and I also participated in the just conducted first digital Kenya Population and Housing census as a content supervisor.
In the past, I have undertook the following trainings: Women Empowerment Forum from Moi University, Peer Education from Kericho Youth Centre (KYC), Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) Startups program from Kericho Youth Centre (KYC), Civic Education from Supporting Primary Education Across Kenya (SPEAK) and Protecting Human Research Participants from National Institutes of Health (NIH). My hobbies include: Exploring new places, Volunteering and Reading materials on my profession.
I am highly competent, team player, self-motivated information Scientist with excellent experience working as part of a team in a busy, multi-racial and cross-cultural environment. Well organized and proactive in providing timely, efficient and accurate ICT support to colleagues and proper records safety and easy retrieval. I perform my tasks with passion and committed to enhancing people's well-being to promote self-reliance. I am skilled with records management skills and I look forward to better my experience in different organizations.
I graduated from Kenyatta University with a Bachelor's degree in Library and Information Science. I have full knowledge on cataloguing and classification of documents/records as I kept practising so often during campus since it was my hobby to do so. I am able to write reports, file them in an orderly manner for future easy retrieval, update them and ensure their safety.
I demonstrated leadership amongst students in campus in various fields. I supervised Kenyatta University students in various activities as I held a post of organizing secretary to Bureti students Association and Secretary General to Rift Valley students. I have certificate in Leadership course provided by Kenyatta University. Reading motivational newspapers and magazines, Internet socializing, Swimming and watching football are my hobbies.
CLASS OF 2019
She strongly believes that good governance together with policy formulation and implementation are a key ingredient to the achievement of sustainable development, especially in developing nations. She envisions herself as a transformation leader who will influence decision making processes through policy frameworks.
She is intelligent, God-fearing, diligent and creative. She also has strong leadership, organizational and research skills. She is passionate in helping others and likes reading during her free time.
More so, she is aggressive with a team spirit and have great Adaptability Quotient.
Robbin is renowned to have participated extensively in the 2016 IEBC restructuring, the 2018 elections as a head of an observer mission, the national youth policy, cases on Female Genital Mutilation, abortion, early marriages and county development plans. He earned a Bachelor’s of Laws (Honours) degree from Kabarak University in 2016.