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Abongui My People Cote D¿Ivoire My Country America My Home: The Ethno-History of a Small African Kingdom An Autobiography epub

by Kouassi Soman


Abongui My People Cote D¿Ivoire My Country America My Home: The Ethno-History of a Small African Kingdom An Autobiography epub

ISBN: 0595268501

ISBN13: 978-0595268504

Author: Kouassi Soman

Category: Memoris

Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People

Language: English

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (February 13, 2003)

Pages: 220 pages

ePUB book: 1536 kb

FB2 book: 1743 kb

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Book DescriptionAn economist with the World Bank Group, Kouassi admits his addiction to the fishing his daddy taught him early on the Djoreh river. An eligible heir to the throne of the Abongui kingdom in northeastern CA?te dA?Ivoire,he left home for school at five; saw an electrical light bulb in action and slipped into his first pair of shoes at eleven. Like most of his office colleagues, Kouassi knows first hand what it means to be poor.

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Soman chronicles his history from village boy to World Bank employee .

Soman chronicles his history from village boy to World Bank employee, using his own opportunities and obstacles to highlight some of the development issues faced by his community. More than many other memoirists, he draws attention to the role cultural values may play in community development, with the added credibility of his experience on both sides of the experience. com Product Description (ISBN 0595268501, Paperback). From his native village in Côte d'Ivoire to graduate school in America, via the University of Abidjan, this breathtaking story walks you through the ethno-history of his culture and ethnicity.

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Books about Kouassi: Abongui My People Cote D¿Ivoire My Country America My Home . Blaise Koffi Kouassi is a former Côte d'Ivoire football defender who currently works as Team chef of the Côte d'Ivoire national football team.

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The date of the first human presence in Ivory Coast (officially called Côte d'Ivoire) has been difficult to determine because human remains have not been well preserved in the country's humid climate

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An economist with the World Bank Group, Kouassi admits his addiction to the fishing his daddy taught him early on the Djoreh river. An eligible heir to the throne of the Abongui kingdom in northeastern Côte d'Ivoire, he left home for school at five; saw an electrical light bulb in action and slipped into his first pair of shoes at eleven. Like most of his office colleagues, Kouassi knows first hand what it means to be poor."Some people learn about poverty in books, yet millions have lived it; that means you assess situations and measure progress differently," titled his recent mini-portrait.This autobiography responds to demand from family and friends who wish to learn more about his amazing life story. From his native village in Côte d'Ivoire to graduate school in America, via the University of Abidjan, this breathtaking story walks you through the ethno-history of his culture and ethnicity. Moreover, it shows how his US-based charity has reached across miles to his home tribe. "Abongui Assah Bow Boka," or "Abongui's Helping Hand" in his native language, is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Besides its historical content, the story links closely the value of education to Kouassi's own life.