Clarisse: “When I finished my secondary school in Congo, I was prepared by my father to go to university in Nairobi, but I was not able to do so because of the war. When I arrived here alone, I started to learn English. It is now very good. Then I took a computer course for six months. Now I’m taking this Human Rights course with InZone. Once I’m done with it, I’ll be able to help my community and other people anywhere in the world. I will apply for scholarships. That’s also why I’ve worked so much on my English. Here in Kenya, my secondary education is not recognized. It’s an issue. My opportunities here are limited. I haven’t been able to go to university yet, although I’ve tried. So I started volunteering as a teacher at Mogadishu Primary School. I am hoping it will eventually help me get into university. What’s my future going to be like? I really don’t know. All I know is that I must keep studying and take all my chances.