Yesterday, they dove into moderated caucus discussions, exchanging innovative ideas on pressing global issues. Today, they’re ready to present their working paper focusing on solutions to automation and structural unemployment. Stay tuned for more updates on their impactful contributions!

On the other side, the administration represented by Mr Qenehelo Ramothamo and Mr Jayant Vijayakumar are networking with other school representatives and exploring future improvements and more opportunities for Soofia.

In a nutshell, Harvard Model United Nations serves as a forum in which students from high schools and universities around the world learn a lot of leadership skills because they represent countries in a way that real countries discuss issues at the United Nations. They are actually using the same UN conference venue that is used by countries which gives an insight into how leaders meet and discuss global issues. This powerful life changing experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity that Soofia would not deny its young promising leaders. This is not just Soofia’s pride, but a country wide phenomenal Stride.