Name: Esther Msogoro Moses
Birthday: December 21, 1998
Education: Enrolled in International Relations; Diploma in Medicine
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
A world where leaders will devote their work into bringing about development in their countries/ area of work. A world where leaders will challenge themselves to leave a legacy.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
Political corruption. The rise of coups in west Africa and gangs in Haiti is an evidence of hopeless minorities tired of being oppressed taking matters to their own hands after being failed by the leaders they choose. Most of the choose African leaders priorities there own welfare over those of the people they lead. They focus much on securing their position than the people’s welfare.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
By rising a generation of young people who will have passion of making the world a better place for everyone, young leaders who will be willing to put forth the wellness of their people before that of their own.
My name is Esther Moses I am 25 years old. I hold a diploma in medicine but am looking forward to make career changes by enrolling in a Bachelor in International Relations this September 2023. The Political situation in my country and that of other African countries made me see that it’s about time we stop blaming and condemning the authority but stand and see how we can prepare ourselves to be part of the policy makers and bring about changes in the systems, nation and world in general. I believe that change can begin with me. So by enrolling in international institute of global leadership I’ll be setting that first block of building the tower of my dream. I want to extend and strengthen my leadership capacity in every possible way.