Since I was little, I always wanted to find a way to help the ones in most in need. I realized that the first step I needed to take was to focus on my education and work hard to reach top best universities in Europe. After working very hard during my secondary school I got accepted in an excellent university in England getting a First with Honors degree in international Politics. I decided to pursue my Masters and I got accepted at London School of Economics and Political Science to follow development studies. During my studies, I have always been involved in societies and always volunteered for many different charities. This year, I made an application to become a UN volunteering where I got accepted to work for an NGO in Kenya called Wamulu International that aims at tackling poverty by promoting education for orphan children. This charity means a lot to me because it promotes education which I strongly believe being the most powerful way to make any changes. This is why this year for my birthday I decide to make a campaign to promote education in the poorest areas in Kenya where children do not have enough food and do not have school uniforms and shoes in order to be able to attend school. I really believe that working together is the magic bullet to make changes happen and this is why this campaign is so important to me.
The funding will be used to provide material support as well as assisting the children with guidance, counselling, and encouragement during their educational journey and allow them to have a better future. These children depend on our support, and this is why I decided to make a video where you will be able to taste what does it mean living in Kenya as a child. Please watch the video and help me as a birthday gift to promote education.