"I am a widow with 5 children.
I was born and raised in Gabagaba Village, Central Province of Papua New Guinea with strong Christian beliefs and values.
I had the desire to be a missionary, but as I grew up my perception changed. I graduated with a grade 10 certificate and then attained an Elementary Teaching Certificate. I worked for the disability services for 16 years as a mentor for hearing impaired individuals before taking up the Australian Awards Scholarship in 2017.
I enjoy singing, dancing and getting involved in church activities. I currently have my own Disability Services Organisation.
I educate and empower persons with disabilities in the rural areas.
This means that they have a sense of belonging and can acquire daily living skills to participate independently and meaningfully in society. I look forward to building an empowerment training centre for persons with disabilities in Papua New Guinea.