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The Scholars

Every year, the Mastercard Foundation Scholars program welcomes new undergraduates and graduates from sub-Saharan Africa to Michigan State University's campus. These Scholars have demonstrated academic talent and have a personal commitment to give back to their countries.

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Daniel Muhwezi

Cohort: 2015
Country: Uganda
Level of Study: Graduate
Major: Department of Community Sustainability
College: College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Biography: Daniel is a graduate scholar pursuing a master's in community sustainability. Daniel holds a bachelor's degree in Information Technology and partial MBA from Makerere University-Uganda. In 2005 he partnered with two friends to form COBURWAS International Youth Organization to Transform Africa (CIYOTA), an organization that seeks to transform Africa by educating and empowering socially responsible entrepreneurial leaders to unite communities and create sustainable prosperity. He is also a co-founder of Ubuntu Trust Co Ltd, a for-profit organization that deals in micro-finance. In addition to working as an analyst in business strategy and finance, Daniel plans to pursue a PhD in Agribusiness.
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