The KTDA Foundation and KTDA Fraternity would like to congratulate Dickson Mwangi Kamau who graduated with a BSc. Actuarial Science and Statistics from Dedan Kimathi University early this month.
In line with SDG 4 which ensures inclusive and equitable quality education and promotes lifelong learning opportunities for all, the KTDA Foundation in its education pillar aims to improve access to secondary school education for bright and financially challenged students and to enhance the quality of education and lifelong learning.
KTDA Foundation boasts of awarding 898 scholarships to needy students in tea catchment areas under the KTDA National Tea Scholarship programme. 262 beneficiaries of the programme have been admitted to university between 2016 to 2019. Another of our alumni Dickson Mwangi Kamau from Region 1, who was among the pioneers of the programme since its commencement in 2013, just graduated in June 2021.
Dickson Mwangi Kamau graduated with a BSc. Actuarial Science and Statistics from Dedan Kimathi University. The graduate was awarded a scholarship in 2013, where he joined Njiiri School in Murang’a.
The Foundation wishes him all the best in his future endeavours and is very proud of his milestone.