Public Health Intern, Agahozo Shalom Youth Village, Rwanda
Phocas Maniraguha is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University through the Kepler program in Rwanda. He majored in healthcare management with a concentration in global perspectives. He has skills in social enterprise creation from Acts of Gratitude and holds a certificate from the Global Health eLearning Center in logistics for health commodities. He has worked as a teaching assistant and senior learning assistant at Kepler, where he supported students with their academic work. Currently, he serves as a public health intern at Agahozo Shalom Youth Village where he provides different forms of support to young people. His hobbies include listening to music, dancing – especially Rwandan traditional dances – and supporting other people and community works. He is passionate about transforming healthcare and education systems.