Poverty is the state of being extremely poor, especially being in a less fortunate setting. One of the best ways to get rid of this is to invest in the youth. It sounds like a cliché because it has been highlighted too much, but it is the only way to get ahead. 2015 being the final year towards the achievement of the MDGs, it is even more important to see that youth are supported the best way possible. How do we do this though?
Marion Kisoso is a 21 year old lady from Kajiado County, eighty kilometres south of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. She went to school in Milimani primary school and Solomon Schools in Primary and attended Baraka Girls High school for her secondary school education. She beautiful, a hard worker and really ambitious. She joins the likes of Ariana Huffington, Beyonce and Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg in women empowerment. She has passion for leadership, youth mentorship and community work. As the national winner for Culture and Friendship titles of the Miss Tourism Kenya 2013 edition, she has a lot to be done as her crown comes with a responsibility.