Martha Hatutale shares her journey to becoming a Process Engineer in this special MYD episode brought to you by The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation.
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation sets out to cultivate the entrepreneurial potential of students in the SADC region.
And as a first step, this is done by offering scholarships to high school learners who are in financial need, have a curious entrepreneurial mindset and are high academic achievers.
MYD sat with Martha Hatutale, Process Engineer at the Tulela Processing Solutions who shares her journey with the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation and the entrepreneurial and leadership skills she gained through the program. Because as with the Scholarship programme, personal leadership and academic excellence are central to the Foundation’s Fellowship programme.
More about the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation:
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation was created in 2005 as part of Dr. Allan Gray’s (the Founder’s) vision to make a sustainable, long-term contribution to Southern Africa by nurturing the emerging entrepreneurial potential from the region. The Foundation’s vision is therefore, to develop high impact entrepreneurs who will create sustainable businesses that shall contribute to a reduction in unemployment in the country.
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation (Namibia), a registered Trust, was established in 2009 with the purpose of advancing broad-based economic empowerment in Namibia by providing comprehensive financial support to learners, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, who wish to become entrepreneurs. The Foundation gives them the appropriate exposure to tertiary education and/or training as well as providing entrepreneurial and leadership programmes. This is intended to prepare those who aspire and demonstrate ability to be high impact entrepreneurs.
For more information visit https://www.allangrayorbis.org
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