Mentors & Teachers

Persevere: Greatness Awaits You

I grew up in what was referred to as a squatters community or captured land. Families living there were below the poverty line. It meant that most were living in poor conditions and seeking...

“This is who I am”

Many a times women refer to other women as their own enemies, the thing is we focus a lot on the negative and forget about the positive and amazing things women can do for each other. There...

The Power of Mentorship

We live at a time where there is more opportunity than ever before. For some young women, the principles of feminism are encouraged. They are supported in their endeavors to get an...

The Power Of Everyday Heroes

You have no idea of your power to influence. It’s often the smallest acts that make the biggest difference. My story is of how a child survives (and goes onto thrive) when the system...

Stand Up, Close Your Eyes, and Breathe

As you read this blog, let my journey inspire you but remember that yours won’t be the same as mine because our dreams are different. “Moraa, I conceived you when I was in form three...

Lift Someone Up

I have been in Girls On The Run for a year and there are many different things I like about Girls On The Run. Also there are very important things I like about Girls On The Run, they are my...

Steel is often Strengthened By Fire

Steel- Noun: a hard, strong, gray or bluish-gray alloy of iron with carbon and usually other elements, used extensively as a structural and fabricating material. Verb: mentally prepare...

Encouragement goes a long way

What I love about Girls on the run is we learn about teamwork, helping each other and encouraging others. My friends are encouraging and they help me. My favorite lesson from Girls on the...

Have fun

Girls on the Run is fun because running in a group and everyone being nice. The councelors cheer us on and people cheering each other. The coaches are nice and cool. Just listen and follow...