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Japheth Kemboi

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Personal Statement

I have been employed as an Assistant Project Manager for Digital Links Tanzania for several years now, where I have gained a wealth of practical experience as well as insights into ICT challenges in developing countries environment, in particular in rural areas. I have undertaken ranging tasks from delivering ICT projects in areas where there is inadequate infrastructure, limited funding, and a lack of familiarity with and training in ICT. I have also seen the growth in skills, confidence, motivation and capacity among beneficiaries that result from successful projects. More broadly, I have useful understanding of the key role of ICT in most aspects of development whether in education, health or other areas, and in particular its potential to open social and economic opportunities. I am currently undertaking MSc studies in Strategic Business Information Technology which have also helped me understand how the fusion of business skills and IT knowledge can promote social and economic development, and I am now passionate about ICT as a whole.


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