Isha is ardent about gender equality and empowering adolescent girls. She believes girls have the right to be educated, to be safe, to live in violent free societies, and for their voices to be heard irrespective of their gender.
She has worked with the International Rescue Committee where she gained experience in building adolescent girls programming and training young female mentors on the Girl Shine Life Skills Module and Advocacy Manual for women and girls in Kenema, Kono and Kailahun.
She has worked and coached girls in Kenema to build their confidence in raising their voices against issues affecting them, set up businesses to improve their economic status, and become less vulnerable. She has also served as a District Inclusion Officer for Mott MacDonald. She was in charge of training stakeholders of government schools, government-assisted schools, community schools, and mission schools on school-related gender based violence, setting up School Safety Committee and Menstrual Hygiene Kits.
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