International Development Management
Vincent was born on 17th April, 1977 in a village in Western Kenya. WildiZe started helping him when he was in his second year of University education. He is now a high school English teacher and has also taught English as a second language in the Seychelles.
WildiZe Foundation funded Vincent to complete his University education and in 2009 he got a scholarship to do a masters in International Development Management. Vincent feels strongly that this programme will equip him with the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully initiate practical and innovative development schemes and empower people in his community and accelerate social and human development.
Existing structures have long benefited few at the expense of many, obstructing stability and development. Vincent believes his studies will equip him with the tools to improve the lives of citizens through strategic interventions that produce tangible benefits while strengthening the fabric of governance required to extend such benefits to all.
In 2007, the Kenyan government unveiled Vision 2030, which is a very ambitious economic blueprint and which, if implemented in its entirety, has the potential of putting the country in the same league as the Asian Economic Tigers. However all these economic projections will need skilled and well educated Managers.
Vincent at the University of Manchester
Vincent graduated during December, 2010 with a MA in International Development: Development Management from School of Environment and Development (SED) in the Institute of Development Policy and Management-IDPM. Not only did Vincent graduate, but he graduated with Merit in Graduate Development Research.