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The program provides scholarships to students from across Africa,It aims at training competent,and highly skilled African youth ,develop the capacity of African youth,develop train,and nurture graduates with relevant skills


Prof .Nancy Mungai

Message from the program's coordinator

The program is supporting the training of 220 students (110 masters and 110 under graduates) at Egerton University and Gulu university. The program targets African students who are academically bright yet economically disadvantaged and/or marginalised from the mainstream of society. The scholarship opportunity is open to African students and who in particular are economically disadvantaged and those coming from conflict and post-conflict areas of Africa. Applicants should qualify for admission into undergraduate or postgraduate programmes at Gulu University and/or Egerton University. 

The Scholarship covers: Tuition fees, accommodation fee, laptop, transport cost, living expenses, Research cost, workshop and conference costs, community engagement and field attachment, entrepreneurship and leadership trainings among others. The focus is to build a strong cadre of AgLeaders who are proactive and change makers. Currently, 95 students have been recruited on full scholarship and 59 others supported in tuition fees and research.

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Student Profiles

Enrolled at Egerton University (2019-2023), Kenya.She is Cameroonian by nationality. She aspires to become a re-known animal technologist who will fight for the rights and survival of many animals. She also aspires to transform her community by offering them the best services to animals to maximize their Productivity

Mewung Akana Kelly Bachelor of Science Programme in Animal Science and Technology

Aaron is a Kenyan by nationality. He has a dream of training farmers on food value addition to minimize food losses and contribute to Food security in Kenya and Africa at large.

Aaron C. Tonui Bachelor of Science Programme in Community Development at Egerton University (2019-2023) Kenya

Beatrice is a Kenyan .Her goal is to work hard to achieve her dreams, bring new improved innovations in agricultural sector, bring positive changes among others and be a role model to many. She aspires to have a high quality technology agriculture company in the future.

Beatrice Chepkoech Master of Science Programme in Agriculture Extension at Egerton University, Kenya (2019-2021).

Clementine was born in 1996 in Rwanda. Clementine has plans to her family out of poverty and investing in entrepreneurship.

Mukanoheri Clementine Bachelor of Science Programme in Natural Resources Management at Egerton University (2019-2024), Kenya