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Jack Hisard


At 23, Hisard is the Founder and Executive Director of Mama Clinic, a project that has served over 30,000 patients in the past four years. He was inspired to start the clinic after losing his father to Malaria when he was 4 years old, and his mother suffering a stroke in the year 1998. He was accepted into medical school in the class starting January 2017.

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He is the Founder and Executive Director of Mama Clinic which is a healthcare initiative that has served over 30,000 patients and aims to build the largest hospital and research centre in the region. He is mentoring 264 youths through a youth led program; Coye Youth Initiative. He guides them in planning and implementing their motorbike project, where they save money to buy motorbikes for their businesses.

He was recently selected to represent his country, Kenya, in a leadership program called Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) which was started by President Barrack Obama of the United States, to recognize and train young African leaders who are transforming their countries. In addition, he has been honoured with Enlight Women Fellowship award which is administered by Watson University in Colorado, USA, for his role in providing free maternal healthcare to thousands of women in rural parts of Kenya.

Through his projects and volunteer work, he has acquired skills in project management, especially in healthcare and networking. He became the first person from his village to attain a university degree, and the youngest in East Africa to have established a medical clinic at the age of 19. Hisard enjoys working in the healthcare sector, particularly in issues of public health and maternal/child healthcare. In addition, he is passionate about working with the youth in development and mentorship programs.