Favorite book: “In search of Inner Peace”
Favorite music: Classic and RnB Music
How do you describe yourself?
Talkative, easy going, down to earth, babbling, good listener, like to be in FANTASY WORLD, a big fan of Nicki Minaj, and a one who believe in Love ❤ True Love .
What do you want to be when you’re still a child? Why?
Well I always wanted to be a financial lawyer because I don’t know but I think is because I am a Maths and Accounting geek maybe that’s drive me crazy for numbers and equations as well.
What makes you work in SRHR field? Why?
Nothing drives me to work for SRHR, it just the thought of volunteering that strikes that I wanted to work as a volunteer in a totally different areas. But when working for SRHR broadens my horizon to see beyond what I cannot compare or imagine. As the young people of my country really need support and right information in order for them to have the right to safe sex and in the other hand they cannot talk about that in public and it’s a Taboo.
How long have you been working within your MA – TuFHA?
What is your role within your MA – TuFHA?
I am a Peer Motivator and also a Youth Representative to the Board.
What is the biggest challenge in working with your MA?
Financial support and communication.
What is the most memorable moment during working with your MA?
When having our Christmas and New Year Eve and at the same time everyone was in the mood of celebration but me and my friend went to distribute condoms to night club and it was fun as some of the people are saying that this is how we celebrate Christmas…
What specific issue in young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights that interest you most? Why?
We have the right to Safe Sex and Say No.
Mention three famous people that you want to meet and what question that you will ask to her/him?
- Queen Elizabeth II
- President Barack Obama
- Ban Ki Moon
Question: What can you contribute toward SRHR?