Wells Mountain Initiative works to create social change through education and community building by providing bright young people in the developing world with student scholarships, skills training, and start-up funding, building a network of grassroots leaders who are catalyzing community transformation.

What's Happening at WMI?

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You may remember that a year ago, in response to the urgent need for COVID-19 healthcare information and services, WMI launched an emergency COVID-19 response grant opportunity.  With the emergency grants scholars worked to launch 83 WMI-supported healthcare projects in 18 countries, reaching over 90,000 individuals.

You may remember that a year ago, in response to the urgent need for COVID-19 healthcare information and services, WMI launched an emergency COVID-19 response grant opportunity. With the emergency grants scholars worked to launch 83 WMI-supported healthcare projects in 18 countries, reaching over 90,000 individuals. ... See MoreSee Less

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I hope my application go through so I can join this big family

Kudos to WMI

I am interested please

WMI Scholars, including those still in school, collectively serve 76,700 people per year through paid or volunteer roles.

WMI Scholars, including those still in school, collectively serve 76,700 people per year through paid or volunteer roles. ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing! Thanks to WMI for given them the opportunity to serve humanity.

I am interested please

Wow.🥰 Hope to join this big family

Don't be deceived they'll eat yo small money for nothing

Did you know that over a third of WMI Scholars have launched a nonprofit or business that collectively employ over 150 people, and serve over 10,000?

Did you know that over a third of WMI Scholars have launched a nonprofit or business that collectively employ over 150 people, and serve over 10,000? ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing! Thanks to WMI for giving them an opportunity to be a life changer. I hope for the best in my application too to secure a slot as WMI scholar to serve humanity.

Beutiful

Never regret

Wow

Hoax

That's great WMI, I also hope to be given such an opportunity to unveil my profound initiative that seek to immensely transform underserved communities in my locality. We are highly proud of you... Keep the good work. Bravo!

That is the direction we want. Creating opportunities for others.

Great work

Good work 👍. Wish to be part of you

That's great, wish to be part of this one day

This is astounding, the best are yet to come

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Peter Thuita Gachucha is the first member of his Kenyan village to graduate from university. Community members, unable to attend his graduation ceremony due to COVID-19, requested he don his cap and gown for his whole village to celebrate the completion of his degree in agriculture.

Peter Thuita Gachucha is the first member of his Kenyan village to graduate from university. Community members, unable to attend his graduation ceremony due to COVID-19, requested he don his cap and gown for his whole village to celebrate the completion of his degree in agriculture. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to him.

Historic

Congrats, hope one day I will be like him

Breaking limits🤞🙌

Wow that's so amazing, community involvement 💪

Congratulations to him

Congratulations

That's wonderful

Great achievement. Now the community can celebrate.

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Did you know that 89% of WMI Graduate Scholars are employed, nearly all of those employed work in their area of study? 45% are employed in the healthcare sector alone.

Did you know that 89% of WMI Graduate Scholars are employed, nearly all of those employed work in their area of study? 45% are employed in the healthcare sector alone. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are glad ....seed has grown

And our WMI Scholars are making a difference in their communities every day. So proud!

WMI is a real help to young people in Africa.

They are so impactful to their communities indeed

Good work WMI

Good work!!

Oh this is so awesome

God bless WMI.

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“WMI is greatly transforming lives of many people both directly through scholarships and grants and indirectly where dependents of beneficiaries lives are enhanced. Im immensely honored to be part of the change agent empowered by WMI to spearhead positive change in my local community in Uganda.”

Graduate Scholar of Agriculture, Harriet Kilama Akello

“WMI is greatly transforming lives of many people both directly through scholarships and grants and indirectly where dependents of beneficiaries' lives are enhanced. I'm immensely honored to be part of the change agent empowered by WMI to spearhead positive change in my local community in Uganda.”

Graduate Scholar of Agriculture, Harriet Kilama Akello
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Congratulations

congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations my sister Ugandan

Congrats

WMI is really great

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