My name is Atiyya Tul Munim, a medical student at Moi University, strong SRHR advocate, videographer.
I am very passionate about reproductive health and have worked towards it with different organizations including the Beyond Sciences Initiative, Freedom4Girls organization, the Standing Committee of Sexual and Reproductive health including HIV&AIDS (SCORA) under MSAKE and Humanity First organization. Currently I am serving as the National Officer of SCORA, vice president of MSSR Moi University and project lead on the OSCAR Eldoret street women SRHR project.
It is this passion that sparked my interest to be part of the RESPEKT project and I have since come to learn and grow tremendously with RESPEKT especially whilst working in the research team and developing my research skills. Attending school visits has been a very enjoyable and eye-opening experience. Here’s to more memorable experiences with RESPEKT!