A Guide To Common-sense Interview Methods

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Somali presidential candidate takes aim at corruption There she attended university, graduating with a diploma in auxiliary nursing before continuing her nursing and public health degrees at universities in southern Finland and then to Harvard for a degree in public administration. In between she worked in Somalia, Liberia and Fiji with the United Nations, focusing on child health, adolescent care and other humanitarian issues involving refugees. Dayib, who has dual nationalities, plans to remain in Somalia for three to four years even if she doesn’t get the top job. In addition to tackling the clans and the corruption, she wants to help bring peace and democracy to the country to be “a catalyst” for social change. She won’t speak about her personal life in Finland because she fears it might endanger her family and friends. She says she is leaving Finland because she feels a “vocational calling,” born the 12th child after 11 siblings before her died in Somalia, mostly from curable diseases. “There’s a reason why I survived, and that reason is not solely to serve my own interests,” she says. “It’s to make sure that we have a country that is progressive and that people will lead a dignified existence.” She concedes that winning is nearly impossible. Somalia has never had a female president and Dayib says its few female lawmakers are fighting to keep their seats in the largely male-controlled country. Regions in the country of more than 10 million will choose 14,000 electors by Oct. 10, in a move sure to reflect the power of the clans.

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