It will be my job at Kivulini Maternity centre to ensure the safe and reliable operation of all electronic and electro-mechanical equipment. Everything from laboratory analysers and oxygen concentrators to our 65KVA diesel generator.

In 2016 I qualified as a biomedical engineer from Arusha Technical college.  I am currently taking additional classes in computer maintenance and data communications networking before several work experience assignments with other hospitals and technology companies.

I chose to work as a biomedical engineer because I want to help save lives and I believe having well operated systems and equipment will help to provide efficient and essential treatment to patients.