Please tell a story about a time when a person or organization tried to help someone or change something in your community:

Changes In Adolescent

There was a girl in our class.She was twelve years old.She was a total orphan.So their was nobody who can share with her the changes which may occur in her life.One day she was stressed and she didnt want to stand.I decide to go and asked her the problem but before she tell me i just saw the blood on the desk when the tears were washing her. I washed for her that desk and gave her advice and tell her that those are changes in girls and i tell her how to use the pads,from that day we were friends,that is how i help the girl.


  • The organization most involved in what happened: empowermnet club

Story Attributes/Tags

  • This was an important story that I will remember for a long time
  • This story relates to physical needs
  • This story relates to knowledge
  • This story relates to self-esteem
  • I saw what happened in the story

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Female
  • Age of storyteller: 22-30 years old
  • This story took place 7-12 months ago
  • Location: Kibera Langata, Nairobi, Kenya
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