Medicine & Health
Christina Kivamba
Medical Laboratory
Kampala International University
Tanzania
School fee per year: 2960 SEK
Year of graduation: 2020
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BACKGROUND
My name is Christina Kivamba, I am the last born in the family of six children. I was born and grow up in Dar es Salaam. I was raised by my parents, but in the year 2008, when I was 12 years old, my father passed away. After that, I grew up with my mother and my sisters. I live in Dar es Salaam at Tabata Bima. My family is a family that like to support and help each other. From primary to advance level I studied in government schools. Primary at Mtambani, Ordinary level at Ari and Advance level at Tambaza. I faced many challenges such as lack of teachers, but thanks God I made it due to my hard work and personal effort.
WHY Medicine & Health
My dream job is to be laboratory personnel in which I will be mostly concerned with investigating and carrying out different tests. I chose this line of profession due to my desire to help people with their health. I believe in teaching others and showing real and practical examples in order for the society to learn and understand more about the importance of protecting their health.
INTERESTS
I like to teach others more, swimming, read books and debate.
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Medicine & Health
Christina Kivamba
Medical Laboratory
Kampala International University
Tanzania

2960 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2020
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 3
I believe in teaching others and showing real and practical examples for the society to learn and understand the importance health.
I believe in teaching others and showing real and practical examples for the society to learn and understand the importance health.
BACKGROUND
My name is Christina Kivamba, I am the last born in the family of six children. I was born and grow up in Dar es Salaam. I was raised by my parents, but in the year 2008, when I was 12 years old, my father passed away. After that, I grew up with my mother and my sisters. I live in Dar es Salaam at Tabata Bima. My family is a family that like to support and help each other. From primary to advance level I studied in government schools. Primary at Mtambani, Ordinary level at Ari and Advance level at Tambaza. I faced many challenges such as lack of teachers, but thanks God I made it due to my hard work and personal effort.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
My dream job is to be laboratory personnel in which I will be mostly concerned with investigating and carrying out different tests. I chose this line of profession due to my desire to help people with their health. I believe in teaching others and showing real and practical examples in order for the society to learn and understand more about the importance of protecting their health.
INTERESTS
I like to teach others more, swimming, read books and debate.

LATEST UPDATES

Christina Kivamba

December 29, 2020
With Help to Help's seminars and workshop, I've learned to be confident and also to prepare a good CV, and I think these features adds value to my employment journey. I intend to add value in the community by educating people concerning their health status as lab scientists, and to help to improve the environment. At the moment am at Mbeya zonal referral hospital as an intern for one year, I'm planning to involve myself in agricultural activities.

December 29, 2020

With Help to Help's seminars and workshop, I've learned to be confident and also to prepare a good CV, and I think these features adds value to my employment journey. I intend to add value in the community by educating people concerning their health status as lab scientists, and to help to improve the environment. At the moment am at Mbeya zonal referral hospital as an intern for one year, I'm planning to involve myself in agricultural activities.

Christina Kivamba

July 24, 2020
I was at home helping my mother who was very sick, suffering from high pressure and pain in her legs, and also teaching chemistry to two advanced students who seek my help. My mother is my motivator, after she pass through but still I am her priority,

July 24, 2020

I was at home helping my mother who was very sick, suffering from high pressure and pain in her legs, and also teaching chemistry to two advanced students who seek my help. My mother is my motivator, after she pass through but still I am her priority,

Christina Kivamba

February 11, 2020
In the picture above, is during field practice at Iringa reginal referral hospital performing CD4 count together with my fellow student Aucdmeric Kawala

February 11, 2020

In the picture above, is during field practice at Iringa reginal referral hospital performing CD4 count together with my fellow student Aucdmeric Kawala

Christina Kivamba

November 5, 2019
At Muhimbili national hospital in the hematology laboratory after finishing performing sickling test

November 5, 2019

At Muhimbili national hospital in the hematology laboratory after finishing performing sickling test

Christina Kivamba

September 5, 2019
During holiday , I will do more work at laboratory which I get permitted through the letter from the university, also helping to teach secondary students chemistry and biology, last collection of data for my research

September 5, 2019

During holiday , I will do more work at laboratory which I get permitted through the letter from the university, also helping to teach secondary students chemistry and biology, last collection of data for my research

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