Jesca Akoth Wafwoyo
Medical Laboratory
Mbarara University
Uganda
School fee per year: 8660 SEK
Year of graduation: 2023
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BACKGROUND
I grew up with my grandparents. I never knew my real parents till now but i hear stories about them. My life revolves around school and village where i stay with my grandmother. She owns a sewing machine, that she has been using as a source of income until currently her health condition drastically deteriorated and this limited her work. Being an excellent student, I passed through primary school, lower and upper secondary on a bursary. I am too grateful to Help to Help for the opportunity to continue with my studies.
WHY
I chose my field of study because it equips me with knowledge about health and disease and also provides me with the skills on how to fight disease in my community, to encourage and promote health in my community. My dream job is to use the skills and knowledge I have obtained, while at school, to create a positive impact to my community. I intend to ensure that all people in my community live a healthy life free from sickness.
INTERESTS
During my free time, I enjoy cooking, doing some craft and also involving myself in church activities like out reach programs.
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Jesca Akoth Wafwoyo
Medical Laboratory
Mbarara University
Uganda

8660 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
0% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2023
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 2
My dream is to use the skills and knowledge, I have obtained, to create a positive impact to my community!
My dream is to use the skills and knowledge, I have obtained, to create a positive impact to my community!
BACKGROUND
I grew up with my grandparents. I never knew my real parents till now but i hear stories about them. My life revolves around school and village where i stay with my grandmother. She owns a sewing machine, that she has been using as a source of income until currently her health condition drastically deteriorated and this limited her work. Being an excellent student, I passed through primary school, lower and upper secondary on a bursary. I am too grateful to Help to Help for the opportunity to continue with my studies.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
I chose my field of study because it equips me with knowledge about health and disease and also provides me with the skills on how to fight disease in my community, to encourage and promote health in my community. My dream job is to use the skills and knowledge I have obtained, while at school, to create a positive impact to my community. I intend to ensure that all people in my community live a healthy life free from sickness.
INTERESTS
During my free time, I enjoy cooking, doing some craft and also involving myself in church activities like out reach programs.

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Jesca Akoth Wafwoyo

April 13, 2022
I participated in a community outreach where we encouraged the residents to promote community hygiene by proper disposal of waste, hygiene of community water sources, among others. We urged the youth to live a healthy life by avoiding bad peer pressure influence like alcoholism, drugs, among others and instead engage in influential activities like sports, drama, poetry among others. In the photo, I was in Bwezibwera town during the medical camp offering services as a medical laboratory technician.

April 13, 2022

I participated in a community outreach where we encouraged the residents to promote community hygiene by proper disposal of waste, hygiene of community water sources, among others. We urged the youth to live a healthy life by avoiding bad peer pressure influence like alcoholism, drugs, among others and instead engage in influential activities like sports, drama, poetry among others. In the photo, I was in Bwezibwera town during the medical camp offering services as a medical laboratory technician.

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