Medicine & Health
Stanslaus Matiko
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7222 SEK remaining in total
Year of graduation: 2021

Health Laboratory Science, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College, Tanzania
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BACKGROUND
I have a happy family of seven members. My mother and us children are cultivating so as to earn a living and my father is not able to do any of the physical works due to his age. My mother is 48 and my father is 78 years old. I have two sisters (both married) and two brothers. I went Masurura primary school, to Bumangi secondary school then to Same high school after that I joined Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College for my carreer studies.
WHY Medicine & Health
I knew that serving is one among my life purposes and this inspired me a lot to take my field of studies. I will contribute in the following ways to my society in my future profession: 1; I will help to provide education to all people on health issues such as blood donation. 2; Through my dream job as a Minister of Health and Culture I will make sure that the health sector has what is need and thereby my people will acquire proper health services. 3; I will be able to contribute according to my capacity for serving people. My dream job is to be a Minister of Health and Culture in Tanzania. I sincerely want to serve the people of my country. I want to prove that we are able to live without all of these health sufferings.
INTERESTS
Beside my studies i like to do the following: 1; assist in hospital works. 2; meet my assisting organisation (Help to Help). 3; doing my leadership work as a (Tamelasa) vice chair man in northern part. 4; play football and shaving (saloon).
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Medicine & Health
Stanslaus Matiko
Health Laboratory Science
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College

7222 SEK
remaining in total
remaining in total
0% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2021
My dream job is to be Minister of Health and Culture in Tanzania. I want to prove that we are able to live without all of these health sufferings.
BACKGROUND
I have a happy family of seven members. My mother and us children are cultivating so as to earn a living and my father is not able to do any of the physical works due to his age. My mother is 48 and my father is 78 years old. I have two sisters (both married) and two brothers. I went Masurura primary school, to Bumangi secondary school then to Same high school after that I joined Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College for my carreer studies.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
I knew that serving is one among my life purposes and this inspired me a lot to take my field of studies. I will contribute in the following ways to my society in my future profession: 1; I will help to provide education to all people on health issues such as blood donation. 2; Through my dream job as a Minister of Health and Culture I will make sure that the health sector has what is need and thereby my people will acquire proper health services. 3; I will be able to contribute according to my capacity for serving people. My dream job is to be a Minister of Health and Culture in Tanzania. I sincerely want to serve the people of my country. I want to prove that we are able to live without all of these health sufferings.
INTERESTS
Beside my studies i like to do the following: 1; assist in hospital works. 2; meet my assisting organisation (Help to Help). 3; doing my leadership work as a (Tamelasa) vice chair man in northern part. 4; play football and shaving (saloon).

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