My challenges began at 15, when I lost my mom. She died after a sudden illness. Fifteen months later my father died. I managed to finish secondary school with funds from my mother's estate.
Then my life became confused. I moved to Kibera to live with my sister. While watching TV, I saw a story about the Kenyan feature film TOGETHERNESS SUPREME and the awards it won. I decided to search for Hot Sun Foundation.
I found Hot Sun Foundation and became a volunteer at Kibera TV. Then I attended Kibera Film School. Some men think women cannot do technical work. I know I can. Without a doubt, filmmaking is the career for me.
To all Hot Sun Foundation friends and supporters, I so much appreciate your efforts to bring us all along. I have acquired so much through your help.
Please continue with the same generous spirit. We have more and more projects to do, and more of our youths without funds are applying for Kibera Film School.
If you are in Nairobi, come to AMAZING RACE Kibera Sat. 3 Dec 10 am for a great scavenger hunt with prizes! I am the coordinator!
If you are not in Nairobi, support us on http://www.globalgiving.org/3632
Asante sana. Thank you for your support.
PS Please check out on hitflics.com my short film Passionate Appeal (2 min 17 seconds). I am in a three-way tie for first place
To support the great youth of the Kibera Film School, please visit our Global Giving Page