Jeneba Wanjah is representing her country of origin Sierra Leone for the Miss Africa USA Pageant 2013. Her platform is to reach out to orphans in foster care providing them the basic necessities of life. Jeneba's high aspiration is to become a Registered Nurse, because she has gifts to share; she is very caring, helpful, compassionate,and hard working. Some day in the future, she hope to use her platform to encourage orphans and children in foster care to overcome their pasts by going after their dreams. No matter what circumstances in life one must go through, you can still strive to make a difference in your world, as Jeneba is testimony to. She also plans to go back to Sierra Leone to help the sick, to put a smile on their beautiful faces,
let them know that they are not alone, and that they can be loved and cared for
despite illnesses or difficulties. Jeneba want to save a life someday; she want to make a
difference in people’s lives. So in that case she started her own non-profit organization the Reach out Foundation. Inc.
Mission is to assist and motivate the children in foster care hungry and vulnerable children.
Vision is to maximize every donation received in order to benefit these children. To increase awareness of these children, and the reality that each child, regardless of physical or medical handicap, is uniquely created and deserves to be treated as such. To do everything possible to help these children and similar institutions to reach their full potential. To advocate, protect and see that the welfare and well-being of
orphans, children in foster care, and vulnerable children are address. As
children, they should not be abused, abducted into arm conflicts and their
rights must and should not be violated. Instead, love and compassion is what
they deserve. Children need peace, love and care.