I am very passionate and I love my country of South Sudan.
I want to use the experience that I have learnt here, the great opportunity to be in a developed country, to take this experience and our expertise back home to work with youths. To help them develop and get to a position where they are doing well for themselves so they gain that voice in South Sudan and in society and hopefully then grow in to new leaders and make a difference and continue the great chain.
You are young but you also bring something to the table, you also bring an experience that is going to help us all move together because I believe that the women, the men and even the youth are all part of a greater vision and that if we work together we are able to learn from each other.
The same way that adults have great experience that they are able to pass down to us, of the war that we weren’t part of, and personal experiences that we never had, the young people have a perspective, with the development of new technologies, in how we saw our parents being affected, and by mixing with different cultures - giving us an outside experience that we can bring in.