News from EFAC Graduate Joyce W

Cleaning at Kijabe Mission Hospital

Cleaning at Kijabe Mission Hospital

I am excited to let you know that I will be joining University soon. According to the Kenyan Joint Admission Board, I have been selected to take a Bachelor of Science at a University in Nairobi.

I am finishing the 9-month Global Give Back Circle course (GGBC) at Starehe Girls School on August 29th. During the GGBC course, I have taken all the accounting exams and I have one remaining IT paper. It has been a tough journey and a long one.

The past 7 months while still with GGBC, I have been doing voluntary service. At Kijabe Mission Hospital I have done cleaning, feeding patients, dusting, arranging wards, and planting trees. And at Kiambu Primary School, I have worked in the Feeding Program. Kiambu Primary School is a public school with vulnerable Children in the society. Either they are orphans and live in streets home or they live with the grandparents who can hardly provide three meals for them. We have visited some of their homes with help of the Kenya Red Cross Kiambu.

I am so grateful for what EFAChas done to me. I have grown to be whom I am due to the devotion and kindness from all the blessed hearts of its supporters and well wishers. To all the founder members there is no precious heart of kindness than what I have found in you. If the whole world wasmade up of people like you, the world would be a best and beautiful place. We cant repay you for the much you have done for us but deep in our hearts we are truly grateful.

Preparing food at Kiambu Primary School

Preparing food at Kiambu Primary School