US Student Visions, 2011

Personal Vision Statements

The Future of Kibera

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Austen’s vision:

My vision is to clean up the river in Kibera.

What is at the end of the river? (Where does the river lead?)

Is the vision of Kibera without bullying the same as the vision of Kibera without drugs?

Will’s vision:   

My vision is to clean up the river in Kibera.

My vision is to give happiness to the people of Kibera.

Richard’s question:

Do you feel that it is disrespectful to have outside influences sharing ideas about how you live and how to improve the way you live?

Andrew’s vision:

My vision is to share something the students of Kibera can look forward to.

My vision is to look at small things that we take for granted.

My vision is for every child to have an education.

My vision is for the people of Kibera to have the basics – a toilet.

My vision is for the people of Kibera to have a sense of hope.

My vision is to explore a system for jobs – entrepreneurship.

Venice’s  question:

What is the government/ political system in Kibera?

Zachary’s thought:

I find you all amazing to have acted so quickly to empower others to clean up the river.

Dorothy’s vision:

My vision is to visit Kibera in July.

My vision is to start an Art Project.

My vision is to start a ban on plastic bags.

Betsy’s vision:

My vision is to visit Kibera in July.

My vision is to share my love of singing.

My vision is to define bullying and create an Anti-bullying Curriculum with lesson plans and workshops.

My vision is to set ground rules for conversations.

Is it possible to remove or reduce bullying?

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