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LoS Impact

We invest in your potential.

The award winning innovation may not transform an individual into a successful enterprise but the individual’s creativity, dedication and passion may determine the individual’s success. Lions of Science (LoS) believes in the individual’s dedication and capacity to bring change and thus has decided to invest in the individual through capacity building and entrepreneurial empowerment them. We believe that through this approach, 'the lions' will bring socio-economic change to the society.

This page is created to encourage the young people in Science, Innovation and Technology by presenting to them the journey of previous winners after the LoS Awards Challenge.

To support these young smart innovative minds, contact us or you can donate here  to help them unfold their full potential.

Marvin Ngesa- winner of LoS Awards 2015

Last Update: June 29, 2016

The continent we are in and the whole world is in deep trouble, the numbers are expanding so is ailment, unemployment, education and other societal issue. These are big problems and the time is short.

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Benard Makaa's LoS journey

Last Update: June 13, 2016

It all started with a random walk to hall seven (JKUAT,) where I had been going for a while to brainstorm on ideas on how to execute my final year project “Wireless Power Transmission Using Solid State Tesla Coils”.

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Brenda Mareri- Winner of the LoS Awards Challenge 2015

Last Update: May 9, 2016

Science and technology has always been a passion of mine. As a young lady, I would spend days on end tinkering on how to dissect little mice and explore the mechanics of their organs. The older I grew the more my interest for all things science grew.

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Ken-Andrew Muthui (Winner of the LoS Awards challenge 2013)

Last Update: February 26, 2016

I enrolled for the Lions of Science (LoS)  Awards challange in 2013 with my Sonar Echo Eyes invention and I became the winner of the challange. The Sonar Echo Eyes innovation is a device I created to  help the visually impaired people to be able to navigate through the use eco-location. 

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Steve Osumba (1st runner-up, LoS Awards 2015)

Last Update: February 19, 2016

As a mechanical engineering student, integrating both routine studies and personal endeavours is always challenging. Out of my passion for problem solving innovations, a better part of my free time is meant for research and project developments.

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Nevile Masheti (1st runner-up, LoS Awards 2014)

Last Update: January 29, 2016

I began as an intern for a software development company in January 2015 and this enabled me to perfect my technical skills. As I did the internship, I worked on my personal projects as a side hustle and in August 2015, I decided to quit internship and venture into techpreneurship.

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Isaac Jumba (2nd runners-up, LoS Awards 2013)

Last Update: January 25, 2016

Meet Isaac Jumba, a participant in the LoS Awards 2013 and a co-founder of Chagua Charity, a social venture in Kenya. With a Computer Science and Accounting background, he is passionate about making a difference in the community around him and beyond.

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