|Reiza Wanders in Kenya|
She has experienced Africa, embraced Asia, enjoyed Europe and explored the Philippines. She is Reiza Dejito, a 30-something humanitarian aid worker, filmmaker, and eternal wanderer. Reiza is currently working in Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world in Kenya near the Somali border. She also worked in South Sudan, Ethiopia, and of course the Philippines. If she is not buried in work, she is usually found hopping from one airport to the next, discovering new places, eating exotic dishes, learning foreign languages, and fueling Her thirst for adrenaline rush.
Asked about her selfie shot, Reiza said "My selfie was taken on a train from Mombasa to Nairobi in Kenya. I especially love this shot because it reminds me of the thrill of unplanned adventures. It was a spontaneous 19-hour ride on a colonial train across some of Kenya's national parks. It was like a free safari, as we pass through giraffes, elephants, zebras along the track. It was so surreal I felt like a child again!"
Check out her blog, Wander If You Must where she shares her world of travels, humanitarian aid work, volunteering and film-making. Reiza definitely is a Filipina we all should be proud of.