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Meidimi Sokoto - Kenya

2011.6.4-KY-Run-for-the-Bibleless-5-013-aMeidimi Hugo Sokoto is a recent graduate from Daystar University, with a B.A in Community Development and a Minor in Business Administration and Management. Other than his academics he interned at both the American Embassy and International Organization for Migration (IOM).  While working on his degree at Daystar University, Meidimi was Vice President of Projects in AIESEC Daystar and a member of Community Development club.

Beginning August 2011, Meidimi will be starting his Masters program in Peace and Development at Linnaeus University in Sweden.  Meidimi Sokoto who is from Kenya and is a person who believes in change coming from the communities and having the power to empower themselves. He hopes to acquire the necessary skills to assist communities around the world develop.

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