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UPDATE: Walking for Change: Ray Sasman’s Inspiring Journey Continues from Otavi

todayJuly 9, 2024 4

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Ray Sasman, a resilient Namibian woman, has embarked on an extraordinary mission to raise awareness and support for youth empowerment through her “Walk With Me” campaign. Starting her journey in Noordoewer, passed Windhoek and now in Otavi, Ray has already covered over 1000 kilometers on foot, despite facing challenges along the way.

Her journey began with a setback—a foot injury in Windhoek that momentarily paused her walk. Undeterred, she resumed her trek, receiving overwhelming support from locals along the northern roads of Namibia. Despite fewer stops compared to the south, Ray has been warmly welcomed and accommodated, reflecting the spirit of community that defines Namibia.

Her goal extends beyond personal achievement. Ray has already raised N$30,000 for a youth center, highlighting the generosity and solidarity of Namibians rallying behind a noble cause. Each step she takes not only brings her closer to her destination but also inspires hope and solidarity among those who follow her journey.

Ray’s “Walk With Me” isn’t just about physical endurance; it’s about fostering community spirit and demonstrating the power of determination. Her journey invites anyone—whether on foot or in spirit—to join her, symbolizing unity and support for youth development in Namibia.

As Ray continues her walk from Otavi towards her next destination, her message remains clear: anyone can make a difference, one step at a time. Her journey is a testament to the strength of the human spirit and the unwavering support of her fellow Namibians.

Follow Ray’s inspiring journey and consider joining her cause—because in walking together, we create a path towards a brighter future for all.

This article captures Ray Sasman’s journey, emphasizing her resilience and the community support she has received along the way. Let me know if you need any adjustments or additions!


Written by: Leonard Witbeen

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