I applied to be an CorpsAfrica volunteer to serve my country, to learn from others, to have new experiences, to discover my country.
What are your biggest dreams?
My biggest dream is to be among the leaders who will bring innovations to the world. For my country, a better democracy will be welcome, a good management of the resources of the country, and the change in mentality of the youth. For the world, nothing will be more beautiful than sharing, to have good relations between the states, and to preserve a world peace.
What is success?
For me, success means having a family, being able to take care of yourself and taking care of your family.
What is one piece of advice you would give to incoming CorpsAfrica Volunteers?
I advise to incoming CorpsAfrica volunteers to have an open mind, to listen and prepare to adapt to any situation.
Who is your role model and why?
My role model is Loepold Sédar Senghor because he knew how to fight for his history and his culture.
What is something people would be surprised to know about you?
People will be surprised to know that when I get excited, I'm not easy to calm down.
What do you regard as the most beautiful word in your native language? What does it mean?
What I consider as the most beautiful word in my native language -djola- is "kahiguène" which means to smile. Nothing beats a smile, even the smallest.
What's something you're most proud of accomplishing during your service?
What I am most proud of is the literacy classes I give to adults. They have made remarkable progress.
How has CorpsAfrica changed your life or perspective?
CorpsAfrica has strengthened my self-confidence and expanded my entrepreneurial goals.
The best life-transforming experience.