Life After Kofi Annan | Elhadj As Sy | From The Well

Sep 05 , 2021 | Social Good

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One of the first people to warn the world of the pandemic was Elhadj As Sy. But the world did not respond. He points to denial, human arrogance, and an inability to act on the unknown. In this interview with our Host, James Chau, he speaks about Kofi Annan whose foundation he leads, and the life lessons the former UN Secretary-General leaves us.



Part 1: Servant to Humanity | Elhadj As Sy | From The Well

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