Samuel Ewoton Kablit
Samuel Ewoton Kablit, 28, works as a programme officer at HelpAge International in Turkana. He is a co-founder of Article 43, an organization that strives to empower the youth, women and children in Turkana County. Sam is passionate about developing communities in the northern Kenya facing challenges of drought, poverty, high illiteracy levels, and poor access to medical facilities and education institutions. He contributes for Turkana Guardian to positively impact on communities around Turkana and overseas. He earned a Bachelors Degree in Business Management from Maasai Mara University, Kenya. Sam comments on citizen rights, land rights, youth and women empowerment issues.
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