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This video presentation prepared for the Mobile Education Alliance
Watch this video to learn about Mobile Movement and our vision.
Many think of theatre as a source of entertainment or a temporary escape from daily life. Arts can play an integral role in community development.
My name is Francis Ong’ayo Manya, 33years old, from Milimani village, Eluche Sub location, Mumias East Constituency, Kakamega County. I am a member of Milimani youth bunge and the secretary general, Kakamega County Youth Forum (CYF) board.
I started Otiatoz computer services, after I received training on youth entrepreneurship courtesy of Winrock International in partnership with International Labor Organization (ILO).
"The size of your dreams must always exceed your current capacity to achieve them. If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough" Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
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