Fatou Kiné Dieng

About Fatou Kiné “losing a foot is not a handicap, it’s losing your head that’s a handicap”. If God allows you to use your brain well, you must take advantage of it to be useful to your loved ones and your people. After my Koranic education, the president of the motor-disabled association, Madame Dieye, came […]

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Ms Fatou Diop Sall

Fatou DIOP SALL was born at the very moment of Senegal’s independence, and this has undoubtedly contributed to her independence and militant commitment since her youth. After the Lycée de Jeunes Filles, she studied sociology in Dakar and Saint Louis, France.

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Grace Wairimu Omondi

A propos de Grace Wairimu Omondi My name is Grace Wairimu Omondi. I am a Kenyan citizen living in Kakamega County. I am 48 years old, a wife, a mother of two children and a mother to many other orphaned, vulnerable, and children with special needs. My love as a mother has been driven to

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Sylvia Khasoa 

A propos deSylvia Khasoa Sylvia Khasoa Sore wears many hats; She is a mother of 2 wonderful daughters and a wife, is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Simama Na DADA(SND) Initiative, a mentor, a motivational speaker; a Community Development Practitioner, Child Protection Officer, SDG 5 and Gender Equality advocate. Sylvia runs Simama Na

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