What's Happening at WMI?
We are so very proud to announce the 2022 WMI Scholars! 85 outstanding scholars from 17 countries will join WMI this year.
We reviewed over 1500 applications from wonderful scholars around the world but are only able to accept a limited number. So while we celebrate those who will join our community we also want to acknowledge the real need for the programs WMI provides, expressed by the sheer number of applicants and the achievement level of candidates who applied.
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Our family just grew by 85! This is such a blessing. To all those who applied but did not get accepted take heart, life is a marathon not a sprint.
I am sincerely honored to have been selected for the Wells Mountain Initiative scholarship 2022. Thanks 🙏 you for your generosity. Congratulations 🎉🍾🎊🎈 to us all.
Congratulations to the few of our colleagues who have made it to achieve this golden chance. I wish you all the best in your academic journey.......... To my brothers and sisters whom we applied together but didn't get the chance, it is not over yet. Let's gather the courage and go for another trial next time....
Congratulations to all our fellows who made it. I know the journey is really rough, but God is in control.
Congratulation to the selected😊 What about Sudan😑💔
congrats to the new scholars God bless WMI
Congratulations to everyone who made it. Even those that didn't make it I encourage you to apply again don't give up.
Congratulations to all of us that made it through It's my utmost pleasure to be part of the family
Congratulations to the new scholars
Thank you so much for the opportunity, may God bless you, this is the starting of our journey. Hope for the future
Thankx alot to the WMI team for giving me a chance through the scholarship to pursue my career. Am over excited. GOD BLESS YOU.
I have applied for this on several account but not been successful anyway congratulation to the new scholars
Congratulations to all of you guys who were successful, your success is a motivation for me and all that didn't make it. Quitter don't win, I'm courageous
Congratulations to ne new batch of scholars.
One day, Liberia will rise again.
Congratulations to all selected. I will one day be part of this amazing team
Congratulations to all new scholars. Welcome onboard.
Congratulations new scholars!
Congratulations to all of them
Congratulations and welcome to the big family the new super stars. Dream Plan Do
Congratulations to those who make it
Congratulations to you all. Remember, WMI never disappoints! I wish you all the best. Welcome to the family!
Congratulations to them👏👏
Congratulations Welcome to the WMI family
Congratulations to them all
It's the final day of our Igniting Change: Women's Education Fund! Donate today and together we can fund one more scholarship before the end of our campaign!
Scholarship recipient and WMI Graduate Scholar Dr. Amisha Silwal of Nepal works at the Nepal Cancer Hospital and Research Center. She is also starting an organization to prevent non-communicable diseases in Nepal through public health research and education. Amisha is also developing a network that would enable collaboration between WMI medical researchers across continents. ... See MoreSee Less
Such a beautiful picture! 😍 Congratulations di! 💜
Congratulations chunne 💕
That's wonderful congratulations
Congratulations Dr Amisha Silwal
Congrats my beautiful doc
Anybody who applied for the scholarship and has received the email notification for interviews so far from WMI
Congs Dr Amisha
We need more women in the room - where research is done, where solutions are developed, where decisions are made, where care is given.
A WMI scholarship made it possible for Dr. Catherine Nagadya to be in the operating room. As an accomplished professional, and with programmatic support and grants from WMI, Catherine founded an organization and small business to provide high school scholarships to girls in Uganda, currently responsible for the books and tuition of 56 young women. Donate today to support scholarships for women! www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/ignitingchange ... See MoreSee Less
Anybody who applied for the scholarship and has received the email notification for interviews so far from WMI?
When are you shortlisting successful candidates please?
Please 2022 applicant let's form a group
Nagadya is in which hospital in uganda
That's awesome! Congratulations!
In the village where Betty Nakiwala grew up a woman is still not permitted to inherit property. After the death of her father, Betty, her mother and sisters were forced to leave her home. They then experienced homelessness in a strange city for some time. Now, as a second year scholar of medicine, Betty plans to become just the second female neurosurgeon in Uganda.
Funding women’s college education will make a world of difference! www.wellsmountaininitiative.org/ignitingchange Donate Today! ... See MoreSee Less
We shouldn't let the mischief that others throw at us pull us down! I admire your courage Betty and just like you I plan on becoming a neurosurgeon too, a greater version of Ben Carson. Hope and determination cannot be quenched, we can only hope sponsors extend their tentacles to us women, so we can speak to the world with our achievements. I pray I can find a tentacle to hang on to as well, we have similar stories. I love your determination girl, go make us proud! See you at the top!
Focus and determination will lead you to Neurosurgeon Betty ! All the best !
صمت العقول ؟؟!😟😟😟💚
Inspiring message. Betty you can do it
For WMI Graduate Scholar Jawaria Shahzad, completing her degree in biotechnology would not have been possible without the assistance of a WMI scholarship. Her home country of Pakistan ranks 153rd out of 156 countries assessed in the 2021 Global Gender Gap Report. In a country where the gender gap in education enrollment is up to 13%, women hold only 25.3% of professional and technical roles, and less than 5% of all managerial positions, expanding access to education and professional development is crucial.*
With a WMI scholarship Jawaria completed her degree in biotechnology in 2019 and has since worked for a local research facility to find a potential natural treatment for liver cancer. Her civic engagement is centered around educating local children. She is also a WMI Global Advisory Board member currently building a mentorship program that will help students reach their professional goals. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks WMI for helping young scholars. I dream of joining this great intiative.
GOD bless WMI
this is my dream
Am pursuing similar though at a lowest stage"holder of certificate in Biomedical sciences" but am more than eager to take any rising opportunity for further studies.am from Malawi. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is absolutely awesome!
Research shows that investing in women’s education is the most impactful development investment you can make, benefiting the individuals, their families, communities and country.
Deborah Akello’s career is just one example of this fact. Her experience growing up as a girl in Uganda and a survivor of abuse motivated her to study law with a WMI scholarship and devote her career to seeking justice and advancement for women and girls who are survivors of abuse. Deborah founded an NGO that provides pro-bono legal representation, community advocacy, emergency housing and business training for women. ... See MoreSee Less
Wow...this an amazing of you Deborah... keep up the spirit 💪🔥
Then the research is fake. So, with sample size of one, you go ahead to make such generalization. Plz read the definition of research again 🤨🤨🤨