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Moussa camara est un étudiant passionné,qui rêve de faire plein de choses dans le monde en contribuant par tous les moyens possibles à l'amélioration de la santé public,au développement de la jeunesse, et à la defence de la couche féminine.J'en suis réellement sùr qu'à travers le réseau mondial d'éthique j'atteindrais au minimum possible mes objectifs visés.
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