Ouadouma had a peaceful childhood in the village of Bougoula until the fifth grade. Not being very bright, he decided to stop studying to enter the workforce and support himself. At the age of 14, he set off on an adventure in the town of Bouaflé where he was entrusted with the management of a shop. Everything was going well, until one day his brother asked him to join him and promised to open a store for him. Once there, it's disillusionment. He was forced to do odd jobs in various plantations against his will for 3 years. In the end, Ouadouma decided to start all over again and moved to Brihiri to grow cocoa.
He is seeking the support of supporters to increase his production with a new field of 1.5 hectares of rice, which will allow him to take care of the 14 children he is raising.
Ouadouma now knows better than anyone else the importance of education and wants to give his children every chance of professional success. "I would like them to build remarkable careers as intellectuals," he says.