Redempta Wanjiku Muibu
Redempta Muibu spearheads the Free the Girl Initiative Project in Nakuru, Kenya, and is passionate about making a difference in the academic lives of underprivileged girls. The project specifically supports girls, who would otherwise stay out of school due to menstrual-related challenges, by providing them with free sanitary pads.
Redempta is also a member of the Nakuru branch of the East Africa Women’s League (EAWL) – a charitable organization that supports underprivileged women and children. She is currently representing the branch at the organization’s national forums.
Aside from her charitable work, Redempta has several years of professional experience in project management. For over four years, she was project coordinator and office manager for a Rapid Assessment on Avoidable Blindness (RAAB) survey on cataract impact. She holds a certificate in secretarial studies from Kianda College, Nairobi, and worked as Secretary/Administrator at Kenya Golf Union. She is a deaconess in her church.