Kenyan Entrepreneur Warns US To Invest In African Health & STEM Talent

When she was a Kenyan student studying in the US, Lydiah Kemunto Bosire missed out on the chance to study a Masters in Public Health at Harvard – now she is warning that financial and visa factors could result in a missed opportunity for both African students and the US itself.

Bosire, founder and CEO of 8B Education Investments says that early on in the current pandemic, student visa issuance was suspended, while visas for health sector workers were being processed – revealing both the desperate need and challenging pipeline for STEM workers. Read more…..


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