What I do
The vitality of a nation hinges on the health of its populace, serving as the cornerstone for effective functionality. In critical times, strategic allocation of resources becomes imperative, prioritizing essential organs for sustained survival. The current state of healthcare in Africa underscores a pivotal juncture, necessitating a concerted redirection of resources powered by technology to fortify this sector and ensure enduring well-being
My primary objective is to leverage my voice as a conduit for representing others. Verbal articulation is intricately linked to numerous destinies, and I am driven by the awareness that my narrative holds significance for those who resonate with it. The impetus behind my speech is rooted in the recognition that this endeavor transcends personal dimensions, resonating on a larger scale.
Proficient communication serves as a gateway to numerous opportunities. As an instructor in public speaking, I subject myself to ongoing critique, necessitating a perpetual commitment to self-improvement. The pursuit of knowledge is boundless, and my own development has been enriched by the insights gleaned from accomplished speakers preceding me. Now, my focus is on contributing to the cultivation of top-tier speakers on a global scale.
Poetry, as an instrument of transformation, offers a unique form of expression devoid of judgment. Utilizing poetry stands as an unparalleled means of communication in effecting change. Personally, I employ poetry as a catalyst for transformative impact, aspiring to instigate positive change within Africa. As a self-taught poet and spoken word artist, I seamlessly integrate my poetic compositions into various speaking engagements, making it integral to my identity and endeavors.
Esperance Luvindao is the last born of five children. With 3 brothers and one sister, she describes her upbringing as “tight knit”. She grew up in Windhoek, Namibia and after completing her secondary school at St Paul’s College, she went on to study medicine at the University of Namibia School of Medicine and has since pursued her passion in speaking, health advocacy and poetry. Esperance is a very private person but says she tells all her secrets to her “daughter” (puppy) Kitoko Luvindao.
From My Blog
Drag It's a drag to make words rhyme sometimes.Sometimes your soul has words conceived in pure sin aching to make it to the heaven that is your paper and pencil, but they are not worthy because sometimes they don't rhyme. Sometimes the words conceived are...
Broken Light Looking out and seeing the pretty blue sky you would swear that there was something out there. I used to love to sit on the porch and watch darkness invade the crystal clear white light as the night drew. The moths would collect, first one then...
School The rain echoed... Or maybe it was the wind that echoed. I am not sure, but I heard something echo. There was something out there and I was sure of it, but I was not scared. I was anything but scared. A loud voice called me down for breakfast. I quietly...