Name: Mbohli Nadege AyuniAyuni.
Education: Ordinary and Advanced level certificates
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
There really might never be a perfect world but if I were to envision a world that works for everyone, it would be a free world. A world where there is justice, peace, and not just peace by oppression. A world free of corruption, where our leaders serve as mentors and beacons for their people moving everyone to work hard for what they believe in, while keeping their dreams alive. A world of equality, where one person serves as a shining example for the next and finally a world free of economic crisis.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
There is the issue of the dreaded economic crisis. This has been the reason for unemployment and underemployment in many of our countries when year after year many cuts are made at various place of work, leave many workers jobless and desperate. Another pressing problem is the problem of poverty, especially in heavily indebted poor countries couple with the ever-resistant HIV virus. The killer virus seems to be on the rise in some African countries and this is a particularly disturbing issue.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
Well I think devoting more research to the disease and providing more drugs to the less fortunate is one step towards solving the HIV problem. In relation to the economic crisis, I think there are countries whose resources are not being properly exploited and managed or are not being exploited at all. Making use of these resources in the right way can open up a gateway for many opportunities like jobs. I also think that, the governments can reduce their personal expenditures and Taxes levied on economic operators. Most importantly, I think eradicating bribery and corruption, is the way forward since corruption is one of the precursors of economic crisis. Overall, people should learn to work selflessly for the good of their nations.
I am Mbohli Nadege, about 1.61m, female and the third in a family of five. I live in Cameroon with my family and I am about to complete my Bachelor of Science degree program in Biochemistry. I am adventurous, very inquisitive, outgoing but I come off as shy sometimes, observant and I do not have much difficulty adapting into new situations. I really like meeting, listening and talking to people, especially about controversial topics like science and religion. I also like participating in educational debates among friends or otherwise I think it is a healthy way to exchange ideas too.
I try as much as possible to engage myself in many different fields and not just, what I am studying. I took interest in Law and Journalism but I only have surface knowledge. My most invigorating pass time however should be reading. I love reading books written by, for or about people I consider as personal icons like, Nelson Mandela and Abraham Lincoln. I also read novels, my best author for a while being Sydney Sheldon and one of my favorite books by this author is ‘Doomsday Conspiracy’. I love watching movies and I enjoy Horror, thrillers and cartoons. I enjoy sports especially swimming and gymnastics although I cannot say I am very good at them. I love listening to and writing poetry and I am currently involved with a large group of writers, and we help each other grow in the art. I feel it is such a beautiful way of making words come alive as mental images. I find cooking to be a very relaxing activity too and it is fun for me. I have not been able to travel a lot but I feel that it is something I would very much enjoy. I like attending leadership seminars and taking part in leadership-oriented activities; I have attended three so far. I was a member of the school committee in high school and that meant being a part of the governing body. W e had to make decisions that affected everyone in school and it has been one of my most challenging leadership experiences. I find leadership to be an area that is not fully expressed by the many people who have a great capacity for it.
I have always been fascinated with outer space and the idea of being an astronaut and for a long time it has been one of my goals. Inspiring people in any way that I can, just like the wonderful people who have inspired me is also one of my goals. As a personal goals, I dream of becoming a career oriented woman and essentially somebody I can be proud of. I hope to one day be able to create a positive impact in my country in any way that I can. I also dream of one day going to space as an astronaut to experience the wonder of outer space, everything that I have only read about or seen on a screen and I hope to write my own book. I believe this program can help me develop the skills I need to approach life in a way that will help me attain my goals. I difficult times I tell myself the words of my icon Nelson Mandela that say, it is not where you start but how high you aim that leads to success.
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