My name is Joseph an ambitious, presentable, taut African. I hail from Kapsowar, which is a settlement on an often neglected road in the semi-arid Rift Valley region of Kenya. I have five years of experience working and my work mainly entails training smallholder farmers. With a professional career that straddles science and agriculture, I get the best of both worlds.
Am Kindly seeking USD 5000 to pursue a Master’s degree in Agricultural Information Management.
The knowledge and skills I will gain from furthering my studies will enable me to conduct complex agricultural research. Through research, I will contribute to knowledge on agronomic practices. I will also be able to provide information on weather, ‘drought-bursting’ technologies, water resources, and livelihood diversification. All this is to ensure economic development and food security in remote areas in Kenya.”
Your donation will equip me with relevant skills to better train farmers. I will also use my expertise to help impact, motivate and inspire members of my community to become better farmers and diversify into more lucrative farming practices.
My life’s mission is to drive economic development and poverty alleviation in communities living in arid and semi-arid areas. These communities face unique challenges such as drought, poverty, illiteracy, forced early marriages and poor health.
Kindly support an African dream!