Tag: Gloria Muliro

Dreams Ajiri Dada Initiative Project » (ADIP)

Dreams Ajiri Dada Initiative Project » (ADIP) Dreams Ajiri Dada Initiative Project » (ADIP)

Dreams Ajiri Dada Dreams Ajiri Dada (Employ Girls and Young women) Initiative Project (ADIP) is a two-year project. This project is run by Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team (AMURT) under the DREAMS Innovation Challenge.

Yetu Camp » A Foundation by Gloria Muliro

Yetu Camp » A Foundation by Gloria Muliro About Yetu Camp

Yetu Camp would like to reach out to the young people from across various community grounds. Especially through encouragement, motivation, challenging and bring out the best in them in more ways than one. Particularly in a holistic way that touches their physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual well-being.

Joseph Mucira – Founder & CEO – jmexclusives

Joseph Mucira – Founder & CEO – jmexclusives Joseph Mucira Biography

Joseph Mucira is the founding father and the current chairperson to the jmexclusives Agency. A startup online management consultancy agency affiliated towards building reputable brands, products, and business.

Didier Madzayo » Versatile Musician Profile

Didier Madzayo » Versatile Musician Profile Didier Madzayo

Didier Stanley Saburi Madzayo aka Didier Madzayo is a Kenyan singer, songwriter, model, professional lawyer and an actor. He is a Kenyan upcoming versatile musician with an urban touch from the coastal region. His artistic journey is admirable and commendable.

Gloria Muliro » Gospel Music & Ministry Facts

Gloria Muliro » Gospel Music & Ministry Facts Gloria Muliro

Gloria Muliro is a Kenyan Gospel Musician who was born in Emuhaya Western of Kenya. She does write and compose music, practice playing musical instruments and engages in internal and external evangelism.

John De Pencil-Master » Biography Profile

John De Pencil-Master » Biography Profile John De Pencil-Master Portraits

Back in high school, John De Pencil-Master attended an Art’s Magnet Class, there was an entire Lesson where they began each day in homeroom. Especially by doing a pencil-weight control exercise. It’s very simple. You take a piece of paper and draw five boxes on it. Then, using a single pencil, fill in each box with a different color value, from lightest to darkest.

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