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2019 Sunhak Peace Prize Laureate - Waris Dirie, A Human Rights Activist and World-Class Supermodel

<Waris Dirie, A Human Rights Activist and World-Class Supermodel>   Born into a goat-herding nomad family in Somalia, she went to London with her uncle and worked at McDonald’s as a janitor. Then, she was noticed by a world-famous photographer Terrence Donovan.  She soon became a top model Became the elite corps of models regularly requested by prestigious magazines such as American Vogue, Elle and others. Became a model for top brands such as Chanel, Levi’s, L'Oréal and others. Played a “Bond girl” in the film Living Day Lights . She shared about her experience with FGM for first time in 1977 and soon became a special ambassador to the UN for elimination of FGM. “FGM is a crime, It's cruel, It is unacceptable.” She was subjected to female circumcision at the age of 5. She suffered from severe pain after she underwent FGM and she couldn’t move for 2 months. When she was 13, she ran from her father when she heard about the arranged marria

2019 Sunhak Peace Prize Laureate - Akinwumi Adesina, The '00' is Lifting Millions of Africans Out of Poverty in Africa

<The '00' is Lifting Millions of Africans Out of Poverty in Africa> World Bank predicted that _________ and agribusiness together are projected to be a US$ 1 trillion industry in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) by 2030, compared to US$ 313 billion in 2010.   ____________ is the primary source of food and income for Africans and provides up to 60 percent of all jobs on the continent.   70 percent of population who are living in poverty depend on _________. as their primary source of income.   what is ________ ?   Resource development? IT? Manufacturing? Travel?   The answer is “agriculture.”   The President of the African Development Bank, Akinumi Adesina, has invested $24 billion in agriculture over a decade.   To those who say, "What business is agriculture going to be?" he is convinced to say,   "The more opportunities Africa has for agriculture, the faster it can grow, the more it can get out of poverty.&quo