Aika Mongi
Student: Aika Mongi
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In 2002, KCMC began offering one-year MPH programs sponsored by WHO. I helped the students prepare to defend their research theses projects, putting my newly-developed skills to use in critiquing their work and helping them finish. I also volunteered at KIWAKKUKI, a community-based nongovernmental organization founded in 1990 by a group of women in northern Tanzania, including a few physicians teaching at KCMC. I spent my last month doing a rotation in several of KIWAKKUKI’s programs: the Orphan Support Program, the Home-Based Care Project, the HIV/AIDS Education Program, and the Center of Hope.

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