Medicine & Health
Oscar Majima
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0 SEK remaining in total
Year of graduation: 2021

Medical Laboratory Technology, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College, Tanzania
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BACKGROUND
My name is Oscar Majima, I am 23 years old. I come from Missungwi district in Mwanza region and I am a Sukuma by tribe. I am the third child in a family of seven children, two girls and five boys. Both my parents are involved in small scale agriculture. I began my primary education at Missungwi primary school in 2005 and completed in 2011 where I was selected to join the secondary studies at Missungwi secondary school in the year 2012 at graduated in 2015. This was under the support from my parents. Thanks to Almighty God I am now doing the University studies at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College.
WHY Medicine & Health
I have chosen the field of Medical Laboratory because I want to help the society to understand the importance of performing laboratory investigations to confirm the presence of a suspected disease in a patient before taking medicines. This is a big problem as most people decide to take medicines without the physician prescriptions when one feel illness. Also I was inspired by the high demand of health science specialists in my country and the world at large and I was lucky to be selected to join studies in the Medical laboratory field. My dream job is to become among the best laboratory technicians in the world, working to serve the life of 1 billion people who are suffering from diseases that most of us have never heard of. I believe that providing laboratory health care service and performing investigations can monitor treatment and prevention of these diseases so as to serve the life of brothers and sisters suffering from diseases.
INTERESTS
I enjoy performing physical exercises, listening music, reading books and drawing.
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Medicine & Health
Oscar Majima
Medical Laboratory Technology
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College

0 SEK
remaining in total
remaining in total
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2021
I want to serve those who are suffering from diseases. With laboratory health care services it is possible to prevent and monitor their treatment.
BACKGROUND
My name is Oscar Majima, I am 23 years old. I come from Missungwi district in Mwanza region and I am a Sukuma by tribe. I am the third child in a family of seven children, two girls and five boys. Both my parents are involved in small scale agriculture. I began my primary education at Missungwi primary school in 2005 and completed in 2011 where I was selected to join the secondary studies at Missungwi secondary school in the year 2012 at graduated in 2015. This was under the support from my parents. Thanks to Almighty God I am now doing the University studies at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
I have chosen the field of Medical Laboratory because I want to help the society to understand the importance of performing laboratory investigations to confirm the presence of a suspected disease in a patient before taking medicines. This is a big problem as most people decide to take medicines without the physician prescriptions when one feel illness. Also I was inspired by the high demand of health science specialists in my country and the world at large and I was lucky to be selected to join studies in the Medical laboratory field. My dream job is to become among the best laboratory technicians in the world, working to serve the life of 1 billion people who are suffering from diseases that most of us have never heard of. I believe that providing laboratory health care service and performing investigations can monitor treatment and prevention of these diseases so as to serve the life of brothers and sisters suffering from diseases.
INTERESTS
I enjoy performing physical exercises, listening music, reading books and drawing.

LATEST UPDATES

Oscar Majima

November 6, 2020
I was in the farm clearing the grass so that the maize plants can have enough space and nutrients for growth.

November 6, 2020

I was in the farm clearing the grass so that the maize plants can have enough space and nutrients for growth.

Oscar Majima

July 21, 2020
During lock down I went home where I assisted my parents in harvesting rice. I was also participating in community education towards the preventive measures against Covid19. In this semester I am focusing on my studies so that I can perform the examinations well regarding that we have few days and the things to learn are many. I am much motivated by being provided a support by Help to Help for the payment of my tuition fees. Now I am able to attend the lectures with no disturbances. This reminds me on much work harding in class tasks.

July 21, 2020

During lock down I went home where I assisted my parents in harvesting rice. I was also participating in community education towards the preventive measures against Covid19. In this semester I am focusing on my studies so that I can perform the examinations well regarding that we have few days and the things to learn are many. I am much motivated by being provided a support by Help to Help for the payment of my tuition fees. Now I am able to attend the lectures with no disturbances. This reminds me on much work harding in class tasks.

Oscar Majima

February 11, 2020
We were conducting a group discussion with my group mates Praygod Mwasha at the right side together with Yona Mcharo at the left side

February 11, 2020

We were conducting a group discussion with my group mates Praygod Mwasha at the right side together with Yona Mcharo at the left side

Oscar Majima

November 6, 2019
Microscopic examination of intestinal parasites

November 6, 2019

Microscopic examination of intestinal parasites

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