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In Nairobi the webseries 'Think Magic Be You. Stories of women between Italy and Kenya'
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In Nairobi the webseries ‘Think Magic Be You. Stories of women between Italy and Kenya’

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Online the first female story at the crossroads of Italy and Kenya.
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The Italian Cultural Institute of Nairobi presents in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in Kenya the webseries, ‘Think Magic, Be You! Stories of women linking Italy and Kenya’, which aims to tell the story of relations between Italy and Kenya through the stories of four women whose professional paths intersect between these two countries.

In the first episode we will meet Sophia Njeri Murage, an expert in the field of geospatial sciences, who found an incentive in her career thanks to a a master course in “Space Mission and Design Management” from La Sapienza University of Rome.

In the second episode Careen Asamba, an entrepreneur in the field of agri-food processing, will tell about how her participation in the accelerator program organized by the Italian funded start-up incubator E4Impact, gave her the necessary tools to scale-up her business.

In the third episode we will meet Ruth Arusei, a young student who obtained a scholarship offered by the Italian government thanks to which she was able to obtain a master’s degree in “Biotechnology for food sciences” at University of Padua.

In the last episode the athlete and World Champion of the 800 meters in 2013 Eunice Jepkoech Sum, will tell about her relationship with Italy.

All the videos will be available on the Institute’s social media channels.

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