Ayishetu, a recent vocational and literacy graduate observed. “My parents did not have money to pay for my school fees, so I was thrown out of school and eventually, I dropped out.” In 2018, after hearing about our literacy program she enrolled. She was thrilled to learn of our vocational skills training program. Ayishetu chose to learn how to make hair pomade and antiseptic cleaner. She now has a small successful business selling her products. She can read and communicate in English. She loves to help her nieces and nephews with homework, write letters, help the elders in her community write letters, text and use WhatsApp to communicate with family members. She said, “I cannot express the excitement and the joy I feel right now. ENA is a blessing to me. The program was made for me and I am very grateful for the organizers of the literacy and vocational skills program.”