Medicine & Health
Christine Leons Mmanda
Medicine
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College
Tanzania
School fee per year: 8382 SEK
Year of graduation: 2023
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BACKGROUND
My name is Christine Leons Mmanda. I was born in the Kilimanjaro region, but currently I live in Morombo, Arusha. I come from a single parent family and I am the fourth born among eleven children. My mother works with small scale business. I studied at Kaloleni primary school and then went to Anwarite girls secondary school for my O level studies, I then completed my A Level studies at St.Mary`s Mazinde.
WHY Medicine & Health
I chose my field of study as I was inspired by the lack of professional doctors in my nation. I want to help my community by treating those who now die because of this gap. I really look forward to being a neurosurgeon so that I can help my community and the whole society at large.
INTERESTS
During my free time I really like making new friends and share knowledge with the people surrounding me about daily social, cultural and economic activities happening nearby.
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Medicine & Health
Christine Leons Mmanda
Medicine
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College
Tanzania

8382 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2023
Number of years supported by Help to Help:
I chose to study this field because I was inspired to help my community to treat those who now pass away because of the lack of professional doctors in my nation.
I chose to study this field because I was inspired to help my community to treat those who now pass away because of the lack of professional doctors in my nation.
BACKGROUND
My name is Christine Leons Mmanda. I was born in the Kilimanjaro region, but currently I live in Morombo, Arusha. I come from a single parent family and I am the fourth born among eleven children. My mother works with small scale business. I studied at Kaloleni primary school and then went to Anwarite girls secondary school for my O level studies, I then completed my A Level studies at St.Mary`s Mazinde.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
I chose my field of study as I was inspired by the lack of professional doctors in my nation. I want to help my community by treating those who now die because of this gap. I really look forward to being a neurosurgeon so that I can help my community and the whole society at large.
INTERESTS
During my free time I really like making new friends and share knowledge with the people surrounding me about daily social, cultural and economic activities happening nearby.

LATEST UPDATES

Christine Leons Mmanda

April 21, 2022
I attended the TOT mentorship program and so I managed to learn proper CV writing this has impacted my community since I together with my classmates have managed to write good CVs and got accepted to attend a research conference. In the photo, was at KCMC hospital at the Urology theatre ( a place where surgical procedures are done). Here we learn through practicals and observing what exactly is happening.

April 21, 2022

I attended the TOT mentorship program and so I managed to learn proper CV writing this has impacted my community since I together with my classmates have managed to write good CVs and got accepted to attend a research conference. In the photo, was at KCMC hospital at the Urology theatre ( a place where surgical procedures are done). Here we learn through practicals and observing what exactly is happening.

Christine Leons Mmanda

March 29, 2021

We visited Akili orphanage center on 21st February and taught them about human rights. We thought of this topic since it was of significant value in this generation where rights are being violated in all aspects. We also offered small gifts like soap and pens and books.

March 29, 2021

We visited Akili orphanage center on 21st February and taught them about human rights. We thought of this topic since it was of significant value in this generation where rights are being violated in all aspects. We also offered small gifts like soap and pens and books.

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Q: How can I trust Christine Leons Mmanda is a real student?

A: Christine Leons Mmanda has applied for a scholarship from Help to Help and was granted one. We have reviewed the written application and conducted a thorough interview with Christine Leons Mmanda . We have also double-checked the given identity with Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College. We now and then also do home-visits and met with a majority of our students.

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A: Each semester, Help to Help pay school fees for our students. We reserve the right to only pay school fees for students who live up to the agreed terms and conditions for the scholarship which includes submitting grades in time, good academic perform and continuous communication with Help to Help among other things. The payments are done directly to each university. Once payments are done, we demand the universities to send us official receipts.

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