Meet Enatnesh Werknehe!
She is a 17-year-old 9th grader outstanding student. She has been visually impaired due to smallpox since she was six months old. Enateneshe mother passed away when she was young, and it is believed that her father still exists. She came to Addis Ababa with a lady who promised to support her; unfortunately, the lady could not fulfill her duty. Therefore, Enatneshe was transferred to Kechene children’s orphanage center, and after that, she joined TLLM in 2014, seven years ago.
She is a student at the Redemption school. She is a high achiever in her academics. She scored a very high grade on her 8th grade school-leaving examination. She represented her school and received an award from the ministry of education and the other high achievers from different schools throughout Addis Ababa. She was awarded an iPod specially designed for visually impaired students. Enatneshe’s dream is to become a lawyer. She also has a hobby of writing poems and aspires to be a poet, writer, and storyteller.