“Individuals should have the right to choose between various lifestyles, regardless of gender”

Women for Education is very proud to support Beatrice as she will study Economics and Sociology at Egerton University for the next four years. She is a young woman from Mutomo who is a great inspiration to Women for Education thanks to her amazing motivation and ambitions for the future.

As the oldest of eight siblings, Beatrice learned early to take responsibility; of younger siblings, the family’s property, but above all of her own life. This has made her dedicated, hard-working and optimistic. She believes her university studies will improve her possibilities to achieve change in her community.

Beatrice works as a teacher in a primary school and beside her work she has many interests. In her free time, she trains the volleyball team in her village and she also enjoys acting and writing.

During Beatrice’s interview with Women for Education, she confidently stated “Individuals should have the right to choose between various lifestyles, regardless of gender.” She wants to ensure that equal rights are instituted and that other young people are able to reach their full potential through access to higher education.

“Individuals should have the right to choose between various lifestyles, regardless of gender.”

As an all-around great person and a dedicated hard-worker, we strongly believe Beatrice will go far. We hope you find your studies inspiring and wish you the best of luck!

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