Samwel "Sam" Masoud Adam: Mentor   Samwel "Sam", 22, was born to impoverished parents in a small rural village, and by the time he was 9, both of his parents had died. Sam then went to live with his grandparents and enrolled in school for the first time ever. Immediately Sam began performing at the top of his class and ranked #1 in his district year after year. Sam earned a full scholarship for secondary school and in 2018 ranked   3rd best performing student in the country  . Sam is now in his 1st year at the Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology where he is majoring in Civil Engineering. Sam’s “BIG DREAM” is to establish the best soil laboratory to provide high quality soil testing to boost farm yields, development & economic growth.    

Samwel "Sam" Masoud Adam: Mentor

Samwel "Sam", 22, was born to impoverished parents in a small rural village,
and by the time he was 9, both of his parents had died. Sam then went to live with his grandparents and enrolled in school for the first time ever. Immediately Sam began performing at the top of his class and ranked #1 in his district year after year.
Sam earned a full scholarship for secondary school and in 2018 ranked 3rd best performing student in the country. Sam is now in his 1st year at the Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology where he is majoring in Civil Engineering. Sam’s “BIG DREAM” is to establish the best soil laboratory to provide high quality soil testing to boost farm yields, development & economic growth.


 

  Raymond Mgeni: Mentor   Raymond, 26, grew up in Mbeya with his parents and two siblings. Throughout elementary and secondary school, Raymond received many academic awards. In 2008 he began writing poetry and has since   published a number of books, including one that is now in the Library of Congress, USA  . Along the way, Raymond continued to excel in his studies, and he is now finishing medical school at the Hubert Kairuki Memorial University in Dar Es Salaam. Raymond plans to continue for a masters in Anatomy, and his “BIG DREAM” is to open “An African Knowledge Village” by 2030 as a center of sharing knowledge & reading to sharpen talents and unlock potentials.  

Raymond Mgeni: Mentor

Raymond, 26, grew up in Mbeya with his parents and two siblings. Throughout elementary and secondary school, Raymond received many academic awards.
In 2008 he began writing poetry and has since published a number of books,
including one that is now in the Library of Congress, USA
. Along the way,
Raymond continued to excel in his studies, and he is now finishing medical
school at the Hubert Kairuki Memorial University in Dar Es Salaam. Raymond plans to continue for a masters in Anatomy, and his “BIG DREAM” is to open
“An African Knowledge Village” by 2030 as a center of sharing knowledge &
reading to sharpen talents and unlock potentials.