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The unforgettable voyage to the land of where success initiated. one after noon while sitting in my class room with peers during recess period who also applied to the yale young Africa program receiv…

The unforgettable voyage to the land of where success initiated.one after noon while sitting in my class room with peers during recess period who also applied to the yale young Africa program received an email notifying them about the out come of their results, when they check their applications status most of them where not accepted for the program.I began to worry about my application for that most of my peer where not accepted been for of humiliation that my application will not also be…See More
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The unforgettable voyage to the land of where success initiated. one after noon while sitting in my class room with peers during recess period who also applied to the yale young Africa program receiv…

The unforgettable voyage to the land of where success initiated.one after noon while sitting in my class room with peers during recess period who also applied to the yale young Africa program received an email notifying them about the out come of their results, when they check their applications status most of them where not accepted for the program.I began to worry about my application for that most of my peer where not accepted been for of humiliation that my application will not also be…See More
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National Youths Against Enviromental Pollution, and illiteracy
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Culture, Democracy, Economy, Education, Environment, Ethics, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Peace, Poverty, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am student Amara M. Kamara from west Africa, specifically Liberia. Born February 12,2000.And I love:politics, creating better enviroment for sustaining life, and seeking for justic for the transformation of our society through a peaceful way. But with all education root my words, and serve as a weapon against my enemy. Holdind all factors constant that education is the key to success.

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The unforgettable voyage to the land of where success initiated. one after noon while sitting in my class room with peers during recess period who also applied to the yale young Africa program receiv…

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The unforgettable voyage to the land of where success initiated.

one after noon while sitting in my class room with peers during recess period who also applied to the yale young Africa program received an email notifying them about the out come of their results, when they check their applications status most of them where not accepted for the program.I began to worry about my application for that most of my peer where not accepted been for of humiliation that my application will not…

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