Fausta is 22 and from Nyarugenge district. She lives with her parents and her young brother, she has graduated high school, and for the moment she works for Rwanda Women’s Network as a researcher, beside that she is a businesswoman and she loves it. She admires her mum a lot, she likes watching movies in her spare time. She enjoys being at home because it gives her more time to think on her business deeper.

“How do I feel emotionally, I feel good because I have accepted it. We are living with this pandemic but also preventing it so that it doesn’t reach us who aren’t sick yet. Yes, this pandemic affected my feelings because there are things I would do before but now I am unable to do them like meeting my friends and sharing with them. These are things we no longer do because we are preventing this pandemic so that it ends in our country. How I cope with stress if it happens to me, I can say that these are normal things and I think that it will end because it is not happening to us alone but other countries are also affected and some have overcome it…You also follow the rules our government has set. You can’t fail to have fear but you try to accept it and take it as normal. When you follow rules, the pandemic won’t reach you. Yes”