Philippe Bani Mora was born in Parakou, Benin, in 1974. He was the son of a farmer and a housewife who had four other children. He alternated between schoolwork and work in the fields in order to purchase school materials for the family. Following several failed attempts at the BEPC, the schoolleaving exams, he entered the Bembéréké Hospital’s training school for auxiliary nurses. This internal qualification gave him the opportunity to earn a living while continuing his training. After two years, he passed his BEPC, enabling him to continue his studies to become a nurse. He then went to Niamey in Niger, to the National School of Public Health, the result of a contract agreed with his hospital.
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