Medicine & Health
Mohamed Hassan
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Year of graduation: 2020

Medicine & Surgery, Kampala International University, Tanzania
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BACKGROUND
I am 23 years old from a family of seven children, I’m the fourth child to my mother and the first to my father. I grew up in Tanga City with my family until my parents separated in 2012. Three of my sisters are married and my older brother disappeared. My younger sister is still studying and my young brother is studying religion issues. I got admitted to Kampala International University where I’m a third year medical student doing a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.
WHY Medicine & Health
My dream job is to become a pediatric neurosurgeon. I am aware of the scarcity my society have in the health profession, particularly in health specialists across the country. My objective is to be among the best medical doctors produced in Tanzania and to help make a difference in my society. I want to improve health services to every member of my society regardless of their status and I will do that with a maximum of my capacity.
INTERESTS
I have many interests including reading books and watching and playing football. I am also a leader of a medical association at my university and at national level. This means that I devote most of my time on arranging social programmes, debates, scientific conferences, education- and medical trainings and sports- and entertainment events.
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Medicine & Health
Mohamed Hassan
Medicine & Surgery
Kampala International University

0 SEK
remaining in total
remaining in total
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2020
My objective is to be among the best medical doctors produced in Tanzania and to help make a difference in my society.
BACKGROUND
I am 23 years old from a family of seven children, I’m the fourth child to my mother and the first to my father. I grew up in Tanga City with my family until my parents separated in 2012. Three of my sisters are married and my older brother disappeared. My younger sister is still studying and my young brother is studying religion issues. I got admitted to Kampala International University where I’m a third year medical student doing a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
My dream job is to become a pediatric neurosurgeon. I am aware of the scarcity my society have in the health profession, particularly in health specialists across the country. My objective is to be among the best medical doctors produced in Tanzania and to help make a difference in my society. I want to improve health services to every member of my society regardless of their status and I will do that with a maximum of my capacity.
INTERESTS
I have many interests including reading books and watching and playing football. I am also a leader of a medical association at my university and at national level. This means that I devote most of my time on arranging social programmes, debates, scientific conferences, education- and medical trainings and sports- and entertainment events.

LATEST UPDATES

Mohamed Hassan

January 1, 2021
Help to Help has impacted my life by giving me extra curriculum skills, that I've acquired from the seminars. Also, the support I got on my fee made me acquire knowledge at the best possible environmental and mental state, in order to compete for employment. I intend to help the community through my skills set. Currently I’m doing my Internship at Muhimbili National hospital for the next one year.

January 1, 2021

Help to Help has impacted my life by giving me extra curriculum skills, that I've acquired from the seminars. Also, the support I got on my fee made me acquire knowledge at the best possible environmental and mental state, in order to compete for employment. I intend to help the community through my skills set. Currently I’m doing my Internship at Muhimbili National hospital for the next one year.

Mohamed Hassan

February 20, 2020
In the picture is my fellow colleagues at Tumbi Referral Hospital where I’m doing my final senior rotation!

February 20, 2020

In the picture is my fellow colleagues at Tumbi Referral Hospital where I’m doing my final senior rotation!

Mohamed Hassan

November 7, 2019
At Obgy Department waiting for the morning clinical meeting to begin

November 7, 2019

At Obgy Department waiting for the morning clinical meeting to begin

Mohamed Hassan

June 26, 2019
The photos above one was taken at Mwananyamala regional referral hospital during my surgery department rotation and other was taken last semester at Bakhressa Milling industry at Buguruni as part of field work for Occupational health medicine, the exams went well expecting excellent results, I had a short holiday I used it to have a rest and visit few schools to provide medical medical education, I'm strongly prepared for the incoming tough semester.

June 26, 2019

The photos above one was taken at Mwananyamala regional referral hospital during my surgery department rotation and other was taken last semester at Bakhressa Milling industry at Buguruni as part of field work for Occupational health medicine, the exams went well expecting excellent results, I had a short holiday I used it to have a rest and visit few schools to provide medical medical education, I'm strongly prepared for the incoming tough semester.

Mohamed Hassan

June 26, 2019
On the picture I was at Temeke Regional Referal hospital clercking a patient at mental health clinic,Currently I’m still on my End of semester exams finishing on 5 April, I’m looking energetic to start my last year of studies

June 26, 2019

On the picture I was at Temeke Regional Referal hospital clercking a patient at mental health clinic,Currently I’m still on my End of semester exams finishing on 5 April, I’m looking energetic to start my last year of studies

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A: Mohamed Hassan has applied for a scholarship from Help to Help and was granted one. We have reviewed the written application, interviewed Mohamed Hassan via Skype. We have also double-checked the given identity with Kampala International University. We now and then also do home-visits, and met with a clear majority of our students.

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