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My top 3 facilitators

Community organizations

Helplife supported me while studying and helped me with self-improvement, taught me how to become independent and self-reliant, and how to carry myself. I am glad to have gotten the opportunity to learn at Helplife, with my peers, as it helped me to gain a support system and be a part of a sisterhood, and get to where I am today, in spite of my physical disability.


My elder sister is a huge inspiration to me and always supported me with my choices and endeavors. While facing challenges in life, I learned that you have to learn from others and to not let negativity influence you. You are your own person and you have to make do with what you have. You will succeed!


I strived against all odds and embarked on an educational journey, as I was taught the importance of good education in order to open doors to success and opportunities. I completed my Master's in Economics, along with a Diploma in Animation & Visual Effects and a Diploma in Hotel Management. Today, I am able to earn a livelihood and become financially independent, while also supporting my family.

My Journey

Education achievements

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