Living in a Developing Country

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Living in a developing country that is infested with any form of conflict and violence can be one hell of an experience for anybody to bear. It is not an easy task, especially for people who are trying to concentrate and further their education in such states which are on the verge of experiencing chaos at any given time. It will be a great step if I receive a CSP scholarship and get a chance to attend training on peace building and conflict resolution. The training will polish my already acquired skills and help me plant a seed of peace in my country. I will educate my kinsmen on peaceful conflict resolution ways to promote peace and unity in the country.

However, I cannot afford to cater for my transport and the fees required for the training because my savings are not enough. I have to seek financial assistance from scholars to top up my little savings. I currently work as an Americorp (Volunteer Infrastructure Program Coordinator) as a volunteer, and I do not earn a sustainable income. The little I get from my voluntary work, I use it to pay my bills and for my upkeep since I do not receive any help from my parent. I have had adequate exposure and participated in different fields of professions and have enough experience in dealing with certain situations.

In my childhood, I always dreamt of taking part in ensuring that my country grows and transforms into a better one by engaging in development projects. Peace is essential for any development to take place and no country can prosper in its absence. For any developments, there must be the existence of order first to allow different activities to take place. Even though I currently live in a developed country, it is difficult for me to obtain the amount of money required to cater for the CSP training. Receiving the US $3,800 for the fees and the US $1,000 for the fare will be of great assistance to me. The amount will not go down the drain, I will ensure that it is tapped back to the society in a more profitable manner.

I do not wish to stress my mom for the tremendous amount since she is a small scale business woman. She also has the responsibility of taking care of my ailing grandfather who requires a dialysis every week due to some kidney-related complications. I feel that she has enough burdens on her shoulders.

My greatest strength is engaging in activities that yield positive change to society and a better life. I have acquired useful leadership skills since I was an active member of the USIU Business Club, Kenya. I had participated in the post-election case (Kenya, 2007) as an observer in the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands. CSP training will mold me into a more productive person in the community and help me improve and change the situation in my home country for the betterment of my people. I am planning to start an organization that will assist in promoting peace through sensitization and peace campaigns in future. Looking forward to attending the most awaited training conference through scholarship and promise that I will utilize the training received to make a significant change in the society.

 

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