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ENGINEERING & NATURAL SCIENCE

ENGINEERING &
 NATURAL SCIENCE

Our goal for the academic year of 2018/2019 is to fund 12 students in the field of Engineering & Natural Science.
7 of 12 students (58%) funded so far this academic year
7 of 12 students (58%) funded so far this spring
Engineering & Natural Science are the areas where the exciting development happens. Ideas and research turn into products and processes that make society run smoother and allows humanity to thrive. East Africa currently faces a great gap in this area with many structural problems and a relatively small portion of the worlds intellectual property. We aim to supply this region with skilled professionals that can fill this gap and develop society in a uniquely East African way - that will surely benefit the rest of the world as well!
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“I'm the only lady working in the fields”
Meet Anna who after graduating as a Agricultural Engineer now is the leader for a team of over 200 co-workers at a plantation near Arusha, northern Tanzania.

CURRENT STUDENTS

CURRENT STUDENTS

Do you prefer to donate to a specific student in the field of Engineering & Natural Science? Get to know our current students that are not yet fully funded below and choose who to support.
Civil Engineering
Octavina Haule
My dream job is to become an engineer; I want to be a competent engineer.
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Information and Communication Technology
Rehema Shaban I Habibu
My dream job is to teach people and society how to use technology.
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Engineering & Natural Science
Said Stephano Mkali
My dream job that I have is that I mostly like to be an expert on oil, gas and minerals exploration.
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Laboratory Science and Technology
Stella Zephania Gidamoni
My dream job is to become a laboratory technologist.
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Biomedical Equipment Engineering
Jishoni Sylyvester Deogratias
My dream job is to become the best engineer, an engineer who will bring positive impact to society.
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Engineering & Natural Science
Bertha Mwanijembe
I dream to work as an engineer in different rural areas and to encourage women to participate more in the agricultural sector.
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Laboratory Scinces and Technology
Shilalo Korduni Kisaanga
I have seen many people using the wrong medicines that lead them to other problems instead of curing them, hence I want to solve that problem.
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Electrical Engineering
Esther Mongo
The inadequate supply of electricity in my home village inspired me to choose this field so that I can stand to help my community.
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Aquaculture & Aquatic Sciences
Emmanuel Philemon Anthony
My field of study has double chances of employment - I can be employed directly or I can employ myself.
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Civil Engineering
Neema Alphonce Nteminyanda
I desire to cope with various opportunities involving entrepreneurship activities and teaching those who want to become engineers.
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Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Smaitony Osia Mwaipungu
Through my job I will be able to help others with needs and other necessary things like support them to get education.
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Electrical Engineering
Ally Kassim Ally
As the world moves to digital form then we need to make progress as well.
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WITHIN THIS FIELD

A person educated in this field may ensure that:

vital infrastructure is built and maintained
value for money is achieved in project outcomes, procurement and deliveries
innovation is created, nourished and turnEd into growth

COMPARE NATURAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

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MEDICINE & HEALTH

While we have now expanded our scope to include Uganda, our initial focus was on Tanzania.
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Sweden

100 %
ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY
0%
LOSS IN MONETARY VALUE DUE TO POWER OUTAGES
2.87
ENGINEERS PER 1 000 CITIZENS
STATISTICS FROM THE WORLD BANK

Tanzania

39.9%
ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY
15.1 %
LOSS IN MONETARY VALUE DUE TO POWER OUTAGES
0.018
ENGINEERS PER 1 000 CITIZENS
STATISTICS FROM THE WORLD BANK
OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH TETRA LAVAL IS EXPANDING
OUR PARTNERSHIP 
WITH TETRA LAVAL 
IS EXPANDING
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ABOUT PARTNERSHIPS
Thanks to our successful partnership with Tetra Laval, Help to Help has been able to apply its acclaimed model in Uganda. Now we can empower 50 selected youths and sponsor their education in engineering, medicine, nursing, teaching and much more. This cooperation is an important part in Help to Helps vision of enabling higher education for 1000 East African promising young talents by 2020. 

In Uganda there is a great need to increase the portion of educated people as they currently only represent 4 % of the country’s 41 million citizens.  This results in a startling shortage of educated professional, with for example only 81* professional anaesthetists in the country. Compare this to Swedens 2000 anaesthetists for its 10 million citizens and you can see that there is a big challenge.  


“We want to be part of - and contribute to Help to Helps 2020 vision. Help to Helps work has seen good results where the majority of the students graduate, finds employment and contributes to society and their families. We are convinced that they will be able to achieve the same results in Uganda. There are only two ways to develop a country, and that is to ensure food supply and give everybody the opportunity of education. We at Tetra Laval work with the first option every day, and now we will be able to tackle the other through Help to Help.”
Says Jörgen Haglind, Senior Vice President Group Communications, Tetra Laval.  

“I am very happy about our partnership with Tetra Laval. As one of the biggest companies in Sweden they can, together with us, give more young people the education that is so vital to their futures. Today we have already enabled 208 degrees and our vision is to fund 1000 students by 2020.” Says Malin Cronqvist, founder and CEO of Help to Help.
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