Scholars with current DAFIKESO Students Executive-2012
When the Catholic University of Eastern Africa held its 27th graduation ceremony on Friday, 5th October 2012 in Nairobi, 11 out of the total 2593 graduates were Windle Trust’s scholars.
These scholars have braved the challenging academic rigors to clinch high academic achievements. Mustaf Garane Muse (Commerce), Alice Uwodusenga Bahizi (Commerce) and Jules Bashizi Irenge (Computer Science) were awarded first class honors degrees. Amina Dayib,
Haruna Aaron, Adan Idle, Haji Kamal, Mowlid Mohamed, Mohamed Nasib, Abdirizak Hassan and Daud Mohamed attained second class upper division in their respective disciplines.
These scholars have been supported under the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) DAFI Albert Einstein Education grant which Windle Trust Kenya implements on behalf of UNHCR.
Windle Trust Kenya hosted a reception in honor of the new graduates on Monday, 8th October 2012 in Nairobi city. Already Jules (Nairobi), Nasib (Somalia) and Aaron (Kakuma) have been absorbed into the job market. ‘I’d like to work for the Central Bank of Somalia and lecture on Economics when I get back home’, asserts Mowlid Mohamed a graduate in Economics. Windle Trust Kenya wishes the graduates all the best in their endeavors’ towards contributing to sustainable development in their respective communities.
Scholars with Windle Trust Kenya & UNHCR representatives