Development Pathways is calling for applications for the Krystle Kabare Scholarship. One Kenyan student with disabilities will be awarded full scholarship to study a Master's degree tenable only at the University of Nairobi in September 2020. The closing date for applications is 19th June, 2020. The scholarship was set up to honour the memory of the late Krystle Kabare. Before her untimely passing, Krystle was working at Development Pathway and had a keen interest in promoting the rights of persons with disabilities.
Development Pathways is a leading advisory services and project management organisation in the areas of social protection, poverty and vulnerability analysis. They have their head office in London and a subsidiary in Nairobi.
The successful recipient will also be given the opportunity to intern at the Development Pathways
Nairobi office, and supplement learning by contributing to social policy initiatives in Kenya during their Master's degree.
To be considered for the Krystle Kabare Scholarship,you must:
- Be a Kenyan citizen living with a disability;
- Have already attained an undergraduate Upper Second-Class Honours degree or above;
- Have an acceptance letter to a Master's program at the University of Nairobi for September 2020, studying one of the following: Anthropology, Public Health, Sociology, Social Statistics, Economics (other relevant subjects might be considered).
Visit the scholarship webpage below for further details on how to apply: