Success Stories

initiatives by hon. rose museo

In my last two terms in office, I have initiated programs aimed at empowering women economically and promoting the girl child and boy child at home and in school.

I quit school and got into an abusive marriage at a young age. A time came when I couldn't take it anymore and went back home to my parents. Hon. Rose Museo learnt of my predicament and through her Second Chance Program, I managed to go back to school and complete high school. I am soon to join college
Vaati Kalewa
I had been a beneficiary of NGAAF scholarship under Hon. Rose Museo. Unfortunately, I was impregnated during the first term of my form 4 class, dropped out and had a baby. Hon Rose Museo gave me a second chance and I went back in third term, passed my exams and will soon join college.
Winfred Kimatu
Vaati Kalewa & Winfred Kimatu in their own words
Hon. Rose Museo (seated), with some of the scholarship beneficiaries
Out of 45 students on scholarship, 17 did their KCSE out of which 16 performed well and will join the university.
Addressing women of Nguu Masumba in Makueni County during one of the progress meetings.
Donated a 1,000 Liter water tank to a young man recently freed after spending several years in jail. Everybody deserves a second chance!!
Attending a county women meeting. Table banking in progress.
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Visiting a victim of GBV whose hands were chopped off by her husband.
Distributing food to needy families in Lower Mbooni, Makueni County