Teta is 24 and from Huye district. She lives with her both parents, her sisters and brothers. She completed her university and she works as an assistant in an NGO called Ishimwe, she does different part-time jobs and she is also a makeup artist. She admires her mom who is her role model. In her free time, she read books, watching movies, cooking and shopping. She enjoys staying at home with her family. She hates someone who disturbs others, she likes to be in a quiet place. She likes peace and silence. She admires also doing advocacy for vulnerable people especially girls and women.

“What I think might happen in a few months is that the number of infected people will reduce because we are really trying to protect ourselves and guidelines are being followed. The measure sets in place are to stop the pandemic so in the coming months I believe it will have reduced. We will all be back at work and the curfew will be extended whereby at 7:00 p.m. people will still be working or finishing up what they were doing, on their way home. What I’m afraid of is this might not work and they might enforce the lockdown again. The actual lockdown whereby no one is allowed to go out. This is because whenever they find an infected person in any area, they put that area on lockdown. So my worry is that they will find a person in my village and It will become necessary to isolate us all. That is my worry. But I hope that in the coming few months everything will be alright and there will be no infected person in my area. My only fear is of the lockdown where no one goes out.”