I am a self-motivated, self-driven and result-oriented community development practitioner. I have a solid educational background and a passion for humanitarian work and relief efforts for underprivileged and vulnerable individuals.
During my course work at Egerton University and attachment at Kenya Network of Women with AIDS (KENWA), I was tasked with assignments where I had to make presentations and prepare reports, all of which required working with teams and led to acquiring a new set of skills.
In addition, my course work gave me an opportunity to participate in the project cycle process from project identification, project implementation and monitoring to project evaluation which will come in handy in any task assigned to me.
Moreover, my course work expounded my knowledge in research whereby I was tasked with collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data