Education
Unique Mwigani
Education
University of Dodoma
Tanzania
School fee per year: SEK
Year of graduation: 2021
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BACKGROUND
I live with my mother and my young brother who is 17 years old. Our family depends on small business .My O-level education was sponsored by my late Uncle. My A level education was sponsored by my mother as it was affordable (government school). Since my mother was diagnosed with cancer, I have been working to support my mother's treatments and our life in general and I was delayed to join University.
WHY Education
I love English as a study and subject.I was inspired by my primary English teacher, which has made my English career successful till today. I want to reach as many people as possible and teach them English since it is a very important language in this globalised world. I will be going to rural areas to volunteer and reach children who do not get enough access to education. I dream about being an English teacher. I love being a mentor to people and share my knowledge with them and by teaching many people will be benefited from what I learnt so far. In Tanzania many people especially youths, need my services and I will be happy to attend them. I can also be a translator and interpreter, public speaker and proofreader. I am very flexible and like to volunteer in any assignment or work given.
INTERESTS
I like networking, surfing the internet, computing, mentoring and advising, reading (non-fiction and current stories).
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Unique Mwigani
Education
University of Dodoma
Tanzania

SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
100% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2021
Number of years supported by Help to Help:
I want to teach English in this globalised world. I will be going to rural areas to volunteer and reach children who do not get enough access to education.
I want to teach English in this globalised world. I will be going to rural areas to volunteer and reach children who do not get enough access to education.
BACKGROUND
I live with my mother and my young brother who is 17 years old. Our family depends on small business .My O-level education was sponsored by my late Uncle. My A level education was sponsored by my mother as it was affordable (government school). Since my mother was diagnosed with cancer, I have been working to support my mother's treatments and our life in general and I was delayed to join University.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
I love English as a study and subject.I was inspired by my primary English teacher, which has made my English career successful till today. I want to reach as many people as possible and teach them English since it is a very important language in this globalised world. I will be going to rural areas to volunteer and reach children who do not get enough access to education. I dream about being an English teacher. I love being a mentor to people and share my knowledge with them and by teaching many people will be benefited from what I learnt so far. In Tanzania many people especially youths, need my services and I will be happy to attend them. I can also be a translator and interpreter, public speaker and proofreader. I am very flexible and like to volunteer in any assignment or work given.
INTERESTS
I like networking, surfing the internet, computing, mentoring and advising, reading (non-fiction and current stories).

LATEST UPDATES

Unique Mwigani

December 30, 2021
I would like to thank Help to Help scholarship for helping to reach my dream. Furthermore, Help to Help taught me many things which will be important in my future. Also I have made brothers and sisters through this organization, who I can count on them in many ways. I have been sending CVs and cover letters to apply for job and volunteering applications. I am planning to open a language centre, which can help people in need of learning international languages such as English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish etc. I will continue to be a good example to my fellow women, as how education can empower them by being a good and responsible woman in the society. I would like to use this opportunity to thank the donors for helping me reaching my dream of having a Bachelor’s degree. It has been an honor to be helped by wonderful people and I promise, this education and knowledge I received from the university and Help to Help; my society will be benefited positively from it. I pray you continue reaching many students out there who are in need of reaching their dreams. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

December 30, 2021

I would like to thank Help to Help scholarship for helping to reach my dream. Furthermore, Help to Help taught me many things which will be important in my future. Also I have made brothers and sisters through this organization, who I can count on them in many ways. I have been sending CVs and cover letters to apply for job and volunteering applications. I am planning to open a language centre, which can help people in need of learning international languages such as English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish etc. I will continue to be a good example to my fellow women, as how education can empower them by being a good and responsible woman in the society. I would like to use this opportunity to thank the donors for helping me reaching my dream of having a Bachelor’s degree. It has been an honor to be helped by wonderful people and I promise, this education and knowledge I received from the university and Help to Help; my society will be benefited positively from it. I pray you continue reaching many students out there who are in need of reaching their dreams. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

Unique Mwigani

March 30, 2021

This semister, I had an opportunity to visit Safina Homes Centre,at Dodoma.The centre keeps children who are orphans and those lack parental care. I with other Help to Help members, decided to go and help in environment cleaning, such as slashing and digging.We brought some gifts which can be used with those beautiful children. The activity helped the children to live in condusive environment because there was an attempt of snakes and other dangerous insects.The children received a lot of Love from us.

March 30, 2021

This semister, I had an opportunity to visit Safina Homes Centre,at Dodoma.The centre keeps children who are orphans and those lack parental care. I with other Help to Help members, decided to go and help in environment cleaning, such as slashing and digging.We brought some gifts which can be used with those beautiful children. The activity helped the children to live in condusive environment because there was an attempt of snakes and other dangerous insects.The children received a lot of Love from us.

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A: Unique Mwigani has applied for a scholarship from Help to Help and was granted one. We have reviewed the written application and conducted a thorough interview with Unique Mwigani . We have also double-checked the given identity with University of Dodoma. We now and then also do home-visits and met with a majority of our students.

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A: Each semester, Help to Help pay school fees for our students. We reserve the right to only pay school fees for students who live up to the agreed terms and conditions for the scholarship which includes submitting grades in time, good academic perform and continuous communication with Help to Help among other things. The payments are done directly to each university. Once payments are done, we demand the universities to send us official receipts.

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