I had the opportunity to be part of the United Nations community. This community was established in the South Sudan Republic, Africa. At first, we were all those who did not belong to the African continent. Those of America of the North, America of the Center and America of the South, the Europeans, and the Asians form sub -communities. Then some of these sub communities adapt to the African community and specifically to the town of Sudan del Sur. I believe that each one learned from the other in every aspect, this was possible for respect and tolerance towards others. As for example, Ramadan in Muslim culture, holding celebrations with alcoholic beverages from some sub -communities, not including women in work activities etc. Something relevant in mind is that sometimes there were tense moments, but that these were generally misunderstood or wrong perceptions.