Willemijn Edens has been working as a Communications Officer at TTC in their Amsterdam office since 2013. She is studying Communication and Multimedia Design and is starting a minor entrepreneurship in September. She wrote a guestblog for iHeed crowd, a platform for digital designers responding to global health education challenges.
Imagine having to travel to university for over an hour. If you have to travel to get to an inspiring lecture, it is all worth it. But what if you just have to go to get your marks, or worse, what if the lecture is cancelled last minute? This is an annoying situation, occurring quite often at Mukuba University in Zambia. Mukuba University, founded in 1974, offers degrees in both mathematics and science to around 1200 students.