Mwajuma was born in Dar Es Salaam in 1992. After finishing primary school she didn’t continue with a formal education. Instead, her parents put her through a vocational college where she learnt how to sew and tailor clothing.
In 2014 she found herself in a sticky situation. She was pregnant without a supportive partner to help her bring up their son. Alone, she gave birth to her son Yusuph and has been raising him since, with the help of her parents. Without a stable job, she and her son became a financial burden for her family.
Since starting to work with Moyo Moyo, she is able to support her son and intends on saving as much money as she can to send her son to a good school. Her favourite part of working with Moyo Moyo is being able to work with her friends to think up new ideas for bag designs.
In her neighborhood, she helps girls who are worse off financially by giving them sewing lessons for free.
Her long terms plans are to put herself through high school so she can train to become a nursery teacher.