Medicine & Health
Harold Mashauri
23 % funded
50666 SEK remaining in total
Year of graduation: 2023

Medicine, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College, Tanzania
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BACKGROUND
I was born and raised in Ukerewe district in Mwanza, Tanzania. Early in my childhood I was raised by my grandmother and later by my mom up to this time. I have never seen my father and I know very little about him. We are three people at home, including my young sister. I got my my primary education in Ukerewe. Later on I joined Mzumbe Secondary School in Morogoro. From there I went to Miono High school in Bagamoyo, Pwani as my High School. Currently I am at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College University in Moshi- Tanzania enrolled as an undergraduate Medical Doctor student. Despite some financial challenges, life is still very meaningful.
WHY Medicine & Health
Despite advancement of Science and Technology, and even in Medicine, there are still challenges experienced worldwide. The number of experts in the field does not meet the needs of the population (especially in the developing countries), I took this as the opportunity of joining those who have been entrusted with the health of our communities. Without good health the nation can no longer be a nation with good life expectancy and economic development. Through being a Doctor I will be able to join the efforts of those who are battling healthcare challenges, and making the world a better place to live.
INTERESTS
I am interested in exploring the Universe to its extremities: Ranging from Researching, Quantum-Medicine, Reading Books, Leadership, Inspiring Youths, Social Outreaches, Music, Natural Sciences. I also enjoy playing football.
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Medicine & Health
Harold Mashauri
Medicine
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College

50666 SEK
remaining in total
remaining in total
23% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2023
Through being a doctor I will be able to join the efforts of those who are battling health care challenges, and ultimately make the world a better place to live.
BACKGROUND
I was born and raised in Ukerewe district in Mwanza, Tanzania. Early in my childhood I was raised by my grandmother and later by my mom up to this time. I have never seen my father and I know very little about him. We are three people at home, including my young sister. I got my my primary education in Ukerewe. Later on I joined Mzumbe Secondary School in Morogoro. From there I went to Miono High school in Bagamoyo, Pwani as my High School. Currently I am at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College University in Moshi- Tanzania enrolled as an undergraduate Medical Doctor student. Despite some financial challenges, life is still very meaningful.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
Despite advancement of Science and Technology, and even in Medicine, there are still challenges experienced worldwide. The number of experts in the field does not meet the needs of the population (especially in the developing countries), I took this as the opportunity of joining those who have been entrusted with the health of our communities. Without good health the nation can no longer be a nation with good life expectancy and economic development. Through being a Doctor I will be able to join the efforts of those who are battling healthcare challenges, and making the world a better place to live.
INTERESTS
I am interested in exploring the Universe to its extremities: Ranging from Researching, Quantum-Medicine, Reading Books, Leadership, Inspiring Youths, Social Outreaches, Music, Natural Sciences. I also enjoy playing football.

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