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Jackson A.
Jackson is a 18 year old boy from Vitengeni, Kenya. His ambition is to become a medical researcher.
This student belongs to the 3% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 381).
“I want to build a dispensary which now helps so many people in terms of medical services and also job opportunities.”
Janet K.
Janet is a 15 year old girl from Mwachabo, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 5% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 380).
“I want to build a charity hospital in my village.”
Shueb M.
Shueb is a 15 year old boy from Malindi, Kenya. His ambition is to become a teacher.
This student belongs to the 3% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 384).
“I want to found a foundation and give 100 scholarships each year.”
Amram M.
Amram is a 15 year old boy from Taita Taveta, Kenya. His ambition is to become a civil engineer.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 365).
“I want Kenya to have sufficient of water supply and hydroelectric by constructing enough dams”
Regina K.
Regina is a 14 year old girl from Koyonzo, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 362).
“I want to build a well-resourced hospital in my village. ”
Ronald H.
Ronald is a 15 year old boy from Kilifi, Kenya. His ambition is to become a professional dancer.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 364).
“I want to make Kenya famous with my performance.”
Harold M.
Harold is a 14 year old boy from Mwatate, Kenya. His ambition is to become a scientist.
This student belongs to the 5% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 374).
“I want to ensure all streets in Kenya have street lights.”
Mohammed M.
Mohammed is a 15 year old boy from Mariakani, Kenya. His ambition is to become a chef.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 351).
“I want to be the best chef my country has ever seen.”
Bahati T.
Bahati is a 19 year old girl from Mzaheni, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a lawyer.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 370).
“I want to prevent people from taking bribes and ensure that corruption is removed.”
Caren T.
Caren is a 15 year old boy from Mbungoni, Kenya. His ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 357).
“I want to become a doctor so that I can save many lives from being lost.”
Winnie K.
Winnie is a 15 year old girl from Ngomeni, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 350).
“I want to start my own free hospital in my village so that everyone can be treated.”
Sara K.
Sara is a 16 year old girl from Mjanaheri, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a teacher.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 353).
“I want to help the people of my community by becoming a teacher.”
Habiba R.
Habiba is a 17 year old girl from Mwamleka, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 366).
“I want to open and help build hospitals.”
Mercy M.
Mercy is a 14 year old girl from Bombo, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 5% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 372).
“I want to find treatment for cancer and other incurable diseases. ”
Thoya C.
Thoya is a 16 year old girl from Kalolei, Kenya. Her ambition is to become a doctor.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 370).
“I want to become a doctor because too many people die due to the lack of medical care. ”
Mwamize K.
Mwamize is a 15 year old girl from Kikambala, Kenya. Her ambition is to become an accountant.
This student belongs to the 10% most talented students of his or her year (KCPE of 364).
“Sometimes I did not have money for a transport to get to the school, but this did not shatter my dreams. ”