Faraja has been inquiring into orphans and orphanages.
Her central idea is “Where We Live Shapes Our Identity”
She will be answering the following questions:
- What are the reasons that children enter orphanages?
- What are the challenges faced by orphans and orphanages?
- What is our responsibility towards orphans and orphanages?
I felt excited because I worked hard and thought of many things to do. I felt a little bit nervous because I don’t like talking much in front of an audience. The most enjoyable thing was going to the orphanage and playing with the babies. The most challenging part was working at home by myself. I wouldn’t choose to do something else if I could go back in time because I knew what I wanted to do. I learned that I can do hard things even if I’m scared of it. I enjoyed the whole PYPX because it is fun and not that hard work as you think. I was glad not standing in front of an audience but I liked presenting in front of a screen. I feel happy and relaxed now!
Caroline said, Hello Faraja, Congratulations on this humanity project. I for one am very passionate about such mattaers, you showed so much courage and the use of power tools was amazing whie you made it seem fun too. Good Job and keep this spirit up.
Anna Marsden said, Dear Faraja, congratulations! The bravery you showed in your exhibition was amazing. To present such a personal story took courage. It was wonderful to see you working with power tools as you made wooden blocks for the orphanage, it looked like great fun. The passion for your exhibition project was obvious. Well done.
Ciara said, I like how you don’t just think about yourself – you think about others too.
Yvonne Carson said, Hi Faraja. I enjoyed your presentation on a very thought provoking subject. Thank you for showing us inside the orphanage. Making wooden blocks for the chidren to play with is such a caring thing to do. Well done!
Deborah Mills said, Faraja well done. You have a very strong connection to your topic and it was courageous of you to share somethng so personal. It has been so informative for us to learn about the orphanages in the Kilimanjaro area. The day you sent me the photo of you with a power tool and all those wooden blocks was one of the happiest days of the whole exhibition for me. To see you working on such a great project with such enthusiasm – at that moment I knew your Exhibition was going to be a triumph. Well done Faraja. We are all so proud of you.
Ms. Jaime said, Awesome! Im sure you had a great experience. Thank you for sharing, you did a great job!
Raman said, Brave Girl you are Faraja. Outstanding. Keep it up
Catherine Shayo said, Dear Faraja! Your presentation was brilliant. You were such a risk taker and confident while presenting. I like your ideas about making those blocks for the centre. Well done .
Grace Yohane said, Faraja, you hit the goal. Your performance was very clear and with a lot of confidence. I am very proud of you. Well done
Ms Zitha said, Well done Faraja. You were a great risk taker. You presented with great confidence and your presentation was overwhelming
Rosie Plater said, Hi Faraja
I thought your presentation was brilliant it was so interesting to find our all about orphanage and to find out that you came from an orphanage!! i love all of your project
Julian Everts said, The orphanage unit was very interesting. I really found it heartwarming when the people at the orphanage recognized you! You did a good exhibition and I am really happy for you!
Ben Morley said, Massive congratulations, Faraja. You have been such a risk-taker and your PYPX was so meaningful and powerful. It was wonderful to see you explore something that you have such a personal connection to. I hope you are feeling as proud as we all are…and I’m glad you still have all 10 fingers!
Bob Cofer said, Lovely work. Of course I am in favor of any project that involves power tools. It definitely showed how much you cared.