Souleymane - Participant
“It is the youth who contribute the most to cultural change, and who establish the trainings, leadership, and results that eventually lead to change.”
Ramata - Participant
“It is the youth who can develop a country, who are the hope of a people. It is the youth who are powerful.”
Himy - Participant
“I now see that Guinea is set to grow and develop, but that the ball is really now in our court to help it do so.”
Ibrahima - Participant
“Before, I was discouraged. Now, I see that life is full of opportunity waiting to be seized and I have the support I need to seize it. I am starting my new life today!”
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