Nyakpo Koffi Anani
Education: High School Diploma
Occupation: Social Worker
Please describe your vision of a world that work for everyone.
My vision of a world that works for everyone is based on a value: Love. Everybody must be concerned by the wellbeing of the others .It can be realised in my family, communities, countries and in the world through the smallest actions. People must identify one of the main problems in the world; the poverty, find out its root causes and how to solve permanently this problem. The world owes to everyone justice, peace and freedom.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The world is mainly faced with poverty, diseases and insecurity problems. Nowadays, many persons are hungry in the world; lack of food to eat .Our continent Africa is particularly affected. Hardly the majority eat once a day. Children are the most affected. Several deaths are linked to this recurrent fact of poverty as root causes of many diseases.
Insecurity is another phenomenon our modern world is facing as a great challenge. We witness everyday violence all over the world.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
First of all, our authorities must know that they are elected to insure peace and wellbeing of their fellow citizens. That is why they must come from free and transparent elections. They must be competent, devoted and honest; begin the struggle against corruption by themselves; stop to steal the public goods. Then they have to create, organize and develop agriculture projects which could help the populations and particularly the youth to break the circle of employment and poverty.
They must invest in the field of health, building health centres and hospitals. They encourage, promote and facilitate self employment and free enterprise among the youth.
Most importantly, I want to emphasise the fact that each of us must do his best to build his own wellbeing through self development. It begins by personal initiative.
I am 1,65m high and weigh 48 lbs . I am from a large family composed of ten children. My parents are farmers. I have a cool and calm nature. I am patient. I like honesty and integrity in life. My first desire is to be in public administration as change maker in my country. I want to become a rich man undertaking my own business. This will allow me to be widely helpful in great generosity, from my family to others. At this time my major goal is to invest in personal growth and development. It is this spirit which brought me to IIGL.
I have travelled many times in Ghana , neighbour country of Togo .
I have read books. The one which captured deeply my attention is ‘’Think and Grow Rich’’ of Napoleon Hill.
In 2002,I was trained by Red Cross- Togo : ’’First Aid Worker, Community Agent of Health’’
In 2004, I have been Trainee at an organization: ’’Mission Mondiale pour la Femme et l’Enfant Déshérité’’ I worked as particular Secretary of the President.
In 2006, I participated a campaign with an NGO named ‘’Synergie des Jeunes pour le Développement’’. It was about Sexually transmitted diseases.
In 2010, I participated in the fourth campaign of population and habitats, general registration in my country Togo.