Virginia Njoki

 

 

I am a passionate community developer with a dedicated commitment to fostering positive change. With three years of hands-on experience in the field, I have actively contributed to the growth and well-being of communities. My journey began at Thika School of Medical and Health Sciences, where I earned a diploma in Community Health and Development.

Over the past two years, I have emerged as a fervent advocate for menstrual health and hygiene. Recognizing the profound impact of menstrual health on individuals and communities, I have tirelessly worked to break stigmas, raise awareness, and implement initiatives that empower and educate.

My approach to community development is rooted in collaboration, sustainability, and a deep understanding of local needs. Through my work, I aim to create lasting, positive change that resonates at the community level. I believe in the transformative power of education and community engagement, and my experiences have equipped me with valuable insights into the intricacies of public health and development.

Currently, I am an education program coordinator, dedicated to advancing sustainable to advancing sustainable and inclusive education. In my role, I design and implement educational programs, collaborate with stakeholders and contribute to community development. I am proud to be serving I this capacity at The Ngao Foundation where we strive to make a meaningful impact on the educational landscape and empowering communities for sustainable development through knowledge and learning.

As I continue to evolve in my role as a community developer at The Ngao Foundation and menstrual health advocate, my commitment remains unwavering. I am driven by a vision of inclusive, resilient communities where every individual, regardless of background, has the opportunity to thrive.