Ali Sina Doosti
Ali Sina Doosti, 17 from Kabul, Afghanistan was born in a remote central part of Afghanistan. He is currently volunteering for ROYA Mentorship program as a mentor. ROYA helps street children get educated and thrive them to be leaders for tomorrow. Also, he is involved in many international settings. Previously, Mr. Ali was working for A World At School which is a UK based organization which aims to get 11 million street kids back to school. He firmly believes in the power of education and the role it has in today’s world. Doosti spares his free time to work with street children, because he feels they need us and is doing it as a way of giving back to the community. He plan to do Journalism/ Communication studies at university in abroad since it is his last year in high school. Mr. Ali is very passionate about being in a diverse community where all students come from a different background. He believes that youths in a diverse community will be way more prosperous from every kind of opportunities.
How do you motivate the youths living in developing world for the better future?
First and foremost, I think the youths living in developing world have to be provided with a standard of education. I believe with education we can motivate them to work for a better future. As Nelson Mandela once said “Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world”, sums it up pretty good. There are many other ways to motivate them for the better future like the best thing we can do is to lead by example. Continue to devote our own energies and things that built our communities and our societies.