Twelve students awarded bursaries

Gurjit Degun
13 October 2014

The CIPS Foundation awarded a dozen scholarships and bursaries to among others, Lydia Atayo (Uganda), Kennedy Godwell (Zambia), Shadreck Masedwe (Zimbabwe), Gladys Nyongesa, Victor Ochieng (Kenya), and Anita Quinn (Australia), who won the CIPS Foundation International Bursary, awarded outside the UK to students “most in need of aid to start, or continue, their supply education”.

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