Medicine & Health
Linna Njau
Medicine
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College
Tanzania
School fee per year: 1720 SEK
Year of graduation: 2020
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BACKGROUND
I was born in Arusha, Tanzania in 1995. Currently I live in Moshi with my mother. I don't have any siblings and my father left when I was young. I'm taking my degree in Doctor of Medicine at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College located at Kilimanjaro region in Tanzania.
WHY Medicine & Health
My dream is to be pediatrician because I wish to be among of people who fight and reduce infant and child mortality in the world.
INTERESTS
Apart from my studies, I like to watch inspiring movies and listen to musics.
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Medicine & Health
Linna Njau
Medicine
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College
Tanzania

1720 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2020
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 4
My dream is to be pediatrician because I wish to be among of people who fight and reduce infant and child mortality in the world.
My dream is to be pediatrician because I wish to be among of people who fight and reduce infant and child mortality in the world.
BACKGROUND
I was born in Arusha, Tanzania in 1995. Currently I live in Moshi with my mother. I don't have any siblings and my father left when I was young. I'm taking my degree in Doctor of Medicine at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College located at Kilimanjaro region in Tanzania.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
My dream is to be pediatrician because I wish to be among of people who fight and reduce infant and child mortality in the world.
INTERESTS
Apart from my studies, I like to watch inspiring movies and listen to musics.

LATEST UPDATES

Linna Njau

December 27, 2020
Help to Help has helped me to accomplish my studies, and they have also taught me ways of being self-employed through workshops that I've attended. I intend to add value by providing health education to the community and to be attending my clients in hospitals with care, tender and love, without any discrimination. My plans for the next six months is to do my one year internship.

December 27, 2020

Help to Help has helped me to accomplish my studies, and they have also taught me ways of being self-employed through workshops that I've attended. I intend to add value by providing health education to the community and to be attending my clients in hospitals with care, tender and love, without any discrimination. My plans for the next six months is to do my one year internship.

Linna Njau

July 21, 2020
When the university had been closed, I was at home anxious and there was nothing I could do. Instead I tried my best to provide education about covid 19 through my social medias. In this semester I am looking forward to do the best in my final examinations as I am a doctor to be. What motivates me now is my seniors because my dream is to become a specialist not just medical doctor.

July 21, 2020

When the university had been closed, I was at home anxious and there was nothing I could do. Instead I tried my best to provide education about covid 19 through my social medias. In this semester I am looking forward to do the best in my final examinations as I am a doctor to be. What motivates me now is my seniors because my dream is to become a specialist not just medical doctor.

Linna Njau

February 12, 2020
In the picture, we were doing discussion of assignment we had been given. So we discussed and later we presented our answers in class.

February 12, 2020

In the picture, we were doing discussion of assignment we had been given. So we discussed and later we presented our answers in class.

Linna Njau

November 7, 2019
The picture above was during my clinical rotations at Mawenzi Referal Regional Hospital during holiday. I volunteered to go there so as I can improve my clinical skills and be competent for my final academic year.

November 7, 2019

The picture above was during my clinical rotations at Mawenzi Referal Regional Hospital during holiday. I volunteered to go there so as I can improve my clinical skills and be competent for my final academic year.

Linna Njau

September 5, 2019
During my holiday i am looking forward to do clinical training at hospital so as i can improve my clinical skills as i am prepared for my final year of academic (year 5).

September 5, 2019

During my holiday i am looking forward to do clinical training at hospital so as i can improve my clinical skills as i am prepared for my final year of academic (year 5).

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A: Linna Njau 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 Linna Njau . 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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