Ambrose is the fifth of six children. With the Holman Prize, he would create an online platform to connect blind people in Kenya to community resources.
Ambrose, who lives in Kenya, wants to change the perceptions of blindness in his country. He would use the Holman Prize to train blind people in the grafting and budding of plants.
David, the President of the European Guide Dog Federation, would use the Holman Prize to establish a guide dog school in Kenya, with the hope of eventually setting up similar programs in other African countries.
Ambrose would use the Holman Prize to develop a program to enable his fellow blind and low-vision Kenyans to become dairy farmers and entrepreneurs.