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.

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Great scholars Let's keep holding on to the power of education

Awesome

Charles Uwambajimana is a pharmacy student at the University of Rwanda. Charles is co-founder and currently serves as president of SaGE Pharmily, an organization that promotes health and empowers young people. He also volunteers at Youth Service Organization, which focuses on skills development for youth. As a GAB member, Charles will work to enhance communication and collaboration of WMI Scholars from different fellowships.

Charles Uwambajimana is a pharmacy student at the University of Rwanda. Charles is co-founder and currently serves as president of SaGE Pharmily, an organization that promotes health and empowers young people. He also volunteers at Youth Service Organization, which focuses on skills development for youth. As a GAB member, Charles will work to enhance communication and collaboration of WMI Scholars from different fellowships. ... See MoreSee Less

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I have applied for wells mountain foundation for more than 3 years but I keep getting a rejection

Congratulations Charles

Congratulations to you Charles

Isaac Yeboah is a medical student from the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ghana. He is an active leader on campus. He is a curator for TEDxUHAS, president of National Union of Ghana Students and chief justice of the Student Representative Council. He is involved with the One Thousand Sanitary Pad Project, which seeks to distribute free sanitary pads to girls in low-income communities. Isaac plans to develop a career in public health with a focus on global epidemiology. He hopes to bring on board new ideas that will help WMI Scholars in their chosen fields, most especially in the areas of volunteerism and mentorship.

Isaac Yeboah is a medical student from the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ghana. He is an active leader on campus. He is a curator for TEDxUHAS, president of National Union of Ghana Students and chief justice of the Student Representative Council. He is involved with the One Thousand Sanitary Pad Project, which seeks to distribute free sanitary pads to girls in low-income communities. Isaac plans to develop a career in public health with a focus on global epidemiology. He hopes to bring on board new ideas that will help WMI Scholars in their chosen fields, most especially in the areas of volunteerism and mentorship. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great 👍

Thanks for your commendable work

Congratulations to him for providing his stewardship

Jawaria Shahzad of Pakistan graduated in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology. She has worked for a local research facility researching potential natural treatment for liver cancer. Her civic engagement is centered around educating local children as a means of enriching their lives and their communities. As a board member, Jawaria wants to work towards a successful mentorship program that will help students achieve their goals.

Jawaria Shahzad of Pakistan graduated in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology. She has worked for a local research facility researching potential natural treatment for liver cancer. Her civic engagement is centered around educating local children as a means of enriching their lives and their communities. As a board member, Jawaria wants to work towards a successful mentorship program that will help students achieve their goals. ... See MoreSee Less

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She recently presided as chair for three months and did a fantastic job - dedicated and hard-working!

Wow great

Proud of pakistan🇵🇰. Well wishes for her 👍❤️👍

All the best Jawaria!

Thats great initiative

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Mariam Sulleiman, of Nigeria, is a member of GAB in her final year of undergraduate studies in engineering. She co-founded Females in Clean Energy Foundation which is working to realize gender equality and women’s empowerment while increasing access to affordable and reliable renewable energy in rural communities in Nigeria. As a board member she hopes to strengthen international scholar relationships through a cultural immersion series program.

Mariam Sulleiman, of Nigeria, is a member of GAB in her final year of undergraduate studies in engineering. She co-founded Females in Clean Energy Foundation which is working to realize gender equality and women’s empowerment while increasing access to affordable and reliable renewable energy in rural communities in Nigeria. As a board member she hopes to strengthen international scholar relationships through a cultural immersion series program. ... See MoreSee Less

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Awesome Mariam keep it up

She has been a huge asset to the board - she is involved in so many projects!

Beautiful work you are doing👏 Mariam Sulleiman

Brian Juma Omala, of Kenya, earned a bachelor of science degree in community resource management in 2015. He will complete his master’s degree in public health at University of Liverpool by the end of the year, when he will begin work as a public health researcher. Juma is the founder of BoldStep Initiative, which addresses the gaps existing in business skills and competency of Kenyan youth, and he remains a team leader in his organization. Juma was the first chairperson of the WMI Kenya Fellowship and currently runs the fellowship’s mentorship program. As a member of the board, Juma is most interested in strengthening the capacities of WMI Fellowship groups. He is co-head of the WMI Webinar Series, offering educational and professional skills training to WMI Scholars.

Brian Juma Omala, of Kenya, earned a bachelor of science degree in community resource management in 2015. He will complete his master’s degree in public health at University of Liverpool by the end of the year, when he will begin work as a public health researcher. Juma is the founder of BoldStep Initiative, which addresses the gaps existing in business skills and competency of Kenyan youth, and he remains a team leader in his organization. Juma was the first chairperson of the WMI Kenya Fellowship and currently runs the fellowship’s mentorship program. As a member of the board, Juma is most interested in strengthening the capacities of WMI Fellowship groups. He is co-head of the WMI Webinar Series, offering educational and professional skills training to WMI Scholars. ... See MoreSee Less

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Glory back to God and WMI for the incredible efforts and opportunities to young youths

You have a great future ahead of you. We are all very proud and looking forward to your continued accomplishments. Bobo

….and he has lot’s more to do! I know it.

So much respect and admiration for this gentleman. I salute you sir

I appreciate for the workshop he steered in 2017 at Wagwer. Thumbs up Juma Omala

Brian Omala is a role Model to many

Am glad to have worked with him ( Juma Omala ) he has acquired the right quality of education and very knowledgeable!

Wow amazing

Great Respect, Big up Mr Juma, may your aspirations come true.

Can I get his contacts please

Congratulations

is it applicable for bd ?

Congrats kwach

Super ⭐⭐⭐⭐

He is a good man, mentor and leader. I am proud of Juma Omala

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