Evrard Koffi signed Thank UN Peacekeepers 2017-12-09 02:09:52 -0500I had the opportunity as a teenager to experience first hand the work of the peacekeepers during the War that shook up my dear country the Cote d’Ivoire. I want to take the opportunity to thank these brave people that sacrifice their blood sweat and tears for the sake of Peace. You guys are making the world a better place.
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UN peacekeepers risk their lives every day to rebuild societies wracked by violence and natural disasters, restore confidence in people who have known little but war, and adapt to new challenges in some of the most difficult places in the world.
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Evrard Koffi commented on Start a chapter 2017-07-10 02:16:18 -0400I recently started my MBA program at LaSalle University in Pennsylvania where I realized there is no U.N association or group present on campus. so with a couple of friends from the MBA program, we decided to go ahead and create a chapter for the next academic year. When allowed to create this group, we are going to start getting more member on campus and participate in the Effort of the U.N to make this world a better place
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