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 can tell you is that the pandemic did not change my goals or aspirations but instead it gave me a line of work and it showed me that time is money. They used to say it and a person would feel that she still has time but the way that the pandemic surprised us showed that what they say is true that work is done early and if you have opportunities, you must use them without waiting to do them tomorrow or the next day‚ĶMy aspirations are to be an independent girl who has recognisable activities which are useful for my society and which can help others in the society.”