Julieth Sewava
Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
University of Dodoma
Tanzania
School fee per year: 6056 SEK
Year of graduation: 2024
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BACKGROUND
I grew up in a family of two children me being the first born. Our parents have been raising us in a God fearing manner whilst striving to provide for us. My father is currently a retired man and my mother is a poultry keeper. I did my primary and secondary education in public schools, my mother and uncle being the ones who paid my school fees. I'm currently studying at The University of Dodoma which is a public university.
WHY
Finding a way to incorporate both biology and technology is what made me choose Biotechnology and Bioinformatics as my field of study. Moreover the idea is to use my education to help my community to grow, that is what drives me the most. The field of biotechnology has promising chances to bring changes in our community, from solving agricultural, environmental to medical challenges. In 2019 I started a project named Epharma, a Bioinformatics study that deals with collection, analysing and interpretation of medical data, that is vital for the implementation of the project. My dream job is to become a research analyst. I have a dream of making people's lives better through research and thus I'm taking Biotechnology an interdisciplinary field that combines the science of biology with engineering and technology. Microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics are some of the areas that my researches will be conducted. All these just to develop products and techniques through the use of living systems and organisms.
INTERESTS
I am a digitally empowered girl! Since I was young, I developed an overwhelming enthusiasm in biology and technology particularly coding, robotics and programming. At this moment I see myself perfectly fit in the world of STEM since I enjoy being around computers and I have been able to develop few web-based systems by myself but also teach other young girls how to code. Personally, I am a self-composed person with an uncontrollable sense of laughter. I enjoy creating content, reading books and I watch movies with an ‘added attention’ – not just for the mere requirement to have fun, but to pay attention to the movie details.
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Julieth Sewava
Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
University of Dodoma
Tanzania

6056 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
33% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2024
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 3
My dream job is to become a research analyst and thus make peoples lives better!
My dream job is to become a research analyst and thus make peoples lives better!
BACKGROUND
I grew up in a family of two children me being the first born. Our parents have been raising us in a God fearing manner whilst striving to provide for us. My father is currently a retired man and my mother is a poultry keeper. I did my primary and secondary education in public schools, my mother and uncle being the ones who paid my school fees. I'm currently studying at The University of Dodoma which is a public university.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
Finding a way to incorporate both biology and technology is what made me choose Biotechnology and Bioinformatics as my field of study. Moreover the idea is to use my education to help my community to grow, that is what drives me the most. The field of biotechnology has promising chances to bring changes in our community, from solving agricultural, environmental to medical challenges. In 2019 I started a project named Epharma, a Bioinformatics study that deals with collection, analysing and interpretation of medical data, that is vital for the implementation of the project. My dream job is to become a research analyst. I have a dream of making people's lives better through research and thus I'm taking Biotechnology an interdisciplinary field that combines the science of biology with engineering and technology. Microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics are some of the areas that my researches will be conducted. All these just to develop products and techniques through the use of living systems and organisms.
INTERESTS
I am a digitally empowered girl! Since I was young, I developed an overwhelming enthusiasm in biology and technology particularly coding, robotics and programming. At this moment I see myself perfectly fit in the world of STEM since I enjoy being around computers and I have been able to develop few web-based systems by myself but also teach other young girls how to code. Personally, I am a self-composed person with an uncontrollable sense of laughter. I enjoy creating content, reading books and I watch movies with an ‘added attention’ – not just for the mere requirement to have fun, but to pay attention to the movie details.

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Julieth Sewava

April 14, 2022
As a class representative of my class I used my basic computer and programming skills to give a hands on training on basic computer skills to my fellow classmates who used to find it difficult to handle digitization in academics like doing computerized assignments. It was a delightful experience as I also learnt a lot from them. In the last two pictures, I was studying a bacterial sample in the laboratory with my friends at the research laboratory and in the first and second picture I was outside our classes and decided to take memorial snaps.

April 14, 2022

As a class representative of my class I used my basic computer and programming skills to give a hands on training on basic computer skills to my fellow classmates who used to find it difficult to handle digitization in academics like doing computerized assignments. It was a delightful experience as I also learnt a lot from them. In the last two pictures, I was studying a bacterial sample in the laboratory with my friends at the research laboratory and in the first and second picture I was outside our classes and decided to take memorial snaps.

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