Meet Nyajuok, Nairobi DIP graduate preparing for the global digital transformation by building online freelance skills
Anne is a young refugee currently enrolled in our second Nairobi DIP. She is the second-born daughter of a South Sudanese family, and is interested in seeking online employment because the livelihood opportunities are more flexible and sustainable.
Though Anne is new to the world of freelance, she has taken up the training with dedication and gusto! So far, she has enjoyed learning how to use different computer applications, such as Excel.
Anne’s answers have been lightly edited for accuracy and clarity.
Cheruto is one of our new DIP students in the Kakuma Refugee Camp. Cherto is curious to learn skills like digital marketing, spreadsheets, and even digital finance.
This new cohort includes 35 female refugees from diverse backgrounds, who started their freelancing journey April 25th. We asked our new students to share a little about themselves. This is the second interview in a series of four.
Cheruto's interview has been lightly edited for clarity and accuracy.