‘Saidi’ in our language means ‘a person who is kind, strong and aggressive when he does his work’. I’m fifteen years old. I live in Kayole in a slum area called Soweto. It’s one of the poorest slums in Kenya. I am the only boy in a family of six. I joined MYSA eight years ago and I have been able to learn a lot from the organization. For example: playing football, facts about AIDS and taking good pictures through Shootback. My ambition in the future is to become a photojournalist.