Ronald Stephen Goyayi
I am Ronald Stephen Goyayi, I’m 17 years old and currently, in my first year of the IB diploma programme at Aga Khan Mzizima Secondary School, I personally enjoy meeting new people and love to learn about them and all their differing viewpoints for various topics of local and global concern, I love to debate, pitting argument after argument to see whose point is the most relatively justified, it’s exhilarating in a sense. I love to read; my catalogue is the most confusing assortment you could ever find but I collect them all in the spirit of celebrating all the different genres of what I believe is mankind’s magnum opus, passing on stories from our minds and from our past.
Founder of CharityVision, an organization that aims to encourage sustainability within the community. An IB2 student at DIA who has been challenged and inspired with his journey in the city of Dar es salaam. He holds the belief that if we stand together through the opportunities granted to us within our privileges. We are bound to make a change. One person is enough to create a spark, an idea. But together in cooperation we can do a lot more to make a difference in the long run as we aim to achieve sustainability.
Saloha Said Aboud
My name is Saloha Said Aboud, a grade 11 student at Dar es salaam International Academy.
I am extremely passionate about speaking and standing up for what is right, even if I have to go against all odds, just so I could prove my point. I believe words are too powerful to change perspectives and views. With this motive and determination, it made me become a part of the National Debate team in Tanzania.
I am also convinced that we could make a world a better place, if we would simply focus on one aspect of love and the world, would never be in destruction if it weren’t for our own egos and pride, hence with this driving force, I was convinced to do a TedTalk on how to become a butterfly in a world full of destruction.