Frank Gregory
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Kampala International University
Tanzania
School fee per year: 8326 SEK
Year of graduation: 2022
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BACKGROUND
I am from a single parent family and I am born and raised by my mother only. In our family we are three children and I'm the second born. For now we are orphans living under control of mother's relative. My mother was selling crops in the market with assistance of my elder and my young brother. I started primary education in 2003- 2009 and graduated from O-level education in 2013. I passed my exams and started High School in Pwani and graduated at 2016 . I waited three years without joining college due to lack of support from my relatives after mother passed away.
WHY
During treatment of my mother I realized that it was the lack of medicines and personalized medicines that lead to her passing. Lack of pharmaceutical personnels to make the personalized medicines in the hospital promote my emotions toward this field. And also due to common diseases happened to the society which are due to lack of hygienics knowledge. My dream job is to make sure Tanzania and their regions alteast have a small pharmaceutical industry for essential medicines. Also make sure good availability of medicines to village dwellers whom can't get access of medicines on time. I also would like to control drug outlet that would promote good health standards to the community.
INTERESTS
My personal interest are to work as a leader. I like to work as a leader to make sure to good achievement and guidance towards the same goal.
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Medicine & Health
Frank Gregory
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Kampala International University
Tanzania

8326 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2022
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 2
My dream job is to make sure Tanzania and their regions alteast have a small pharmaceutical industry for essential medicines.
My dream job is to make sure Tanzania and their regions alteast have a small pharmaceutical industry for essential medicines.
BACKGROUND
I am from a single parent family and I am born and raised by my mother only. In our family we are three children and I'm the second born. For now we are orphans living under control of mother's relative. My mother was selling crops in the market with assistance of my elder and my young brother. I started primary education in 2003- 2009 and graduated from O-level education in 2013. I passed my exams and started High School in Pwani and graduated at 2016 . I waited three years without joining college due to lack of support from my relatives after mother passed away.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
During treatment of my mother I realized that it was the lack of medicines and personalized medicines that lead to her passing. Lack of pharmaceutical personnels to make the personalized medicines in the hospital promote my emotions toward this field. And also due to common diseases happened to the society which are due to lack of hygienics knowledge. My dream job is to make sure Tanzania and their regions alteast have a small pharmaceutical industry for essential medicines. Also make sure good availability of medicines to village dwellers whom can't get access of medicines on time. I also would like to control drug outlet that would promote good health standards to the community.
INTERESTS
My personal interest are to work as a leader. I like to work as a leader to make sure to good achievement and guidance towards the same goal.
Q: How can I trust Frank Gregory is a real student?

A: Frank Gregory 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 Frank Gregory . We have also double-checked the given identity with Kampala International University. 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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