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Promotion of the genre: compendium of women's skills answers the call of the Worodougou women's diaspora and announces its deployment in FRANCE

  
  
15-03-2018

The Federation of Associations of Worodougou in France, called Worodougou France, organized a Worodougou Women's Cultural Day on Saturday, March 10, 2018 in Paris - 14 Rue PATAY 75013 as part of the celebration of the International Women's Day around the world. theme '' Women: Solidarity and Development ''.

Placed under the sponsorship of the Minister Euphrasie KOUASSI YAO, Special Advisor of the President of the Republic in charge of Gender and National Coordinator of the Compendium of Female Skills of Côte d'Ivoire (COCOFCI); this activity is part of the strengthening of solidarity links between the members of this federation to increase their contribution as an Ivorian diaspora on the development of Côte d'Ivoire

For El Hadj Méthola TRAORÉ, President of this federation, the members of Worodougou France, by the choice of their godmother, would like to benefit from the advised advices to concretize the '' Living together '' advocated by SEM Alassane OUATTARA because the Compendium abounds in its among thousands of women from all ethnicities, all religions and political parties around excellence, peace and development.

Mrs BAKAYOKO Nokrou Mariame, Head of Social and Cultural Affairs, who spoke on behalf of the women of Worodougou France, expressed her sincere thanks to the Special Adviser of the President of the Republic in charge of gender for having honored her presence at their listed at this important ceremony for the women of Worodougou France. She also requested the support of the Special Adviser in supporting their various projects. "Who better than you who has traveled the deep country and the whole world, and worked at all levels to champion the cause of women, could help us achieve our goals in terms of empowerment and development of their leadership" was she hammered.

Following her, the Special Adviser, thanked the President of the Republic for all his actions in favor of the people of Côte d'Ivoire and in particular for women. She said she could not miss this meeting of the celebration of unity, solidarity and multiculturalism. Because the Worodougou Federation of France is '' an avant-garde federation that has made the right choice. The choice to unite to win. And, the choice to open up to others. "These are values ​​promoted by the Compendium of Women Skills Program of Côte d'Ivoire.

She seized the opportunity of this cultural day to sensitize the parents of Worodougou and in particular women about the need to ensure the follow-up of their daughters so that they can complete their schooling with diplomas which would allow them to better to take charge and to access positions of responsibility. To the girls, the godmother asked to have dreams, clear goals of life and make every effort to achieve them while recalling that '' the celebration of the International Women's Rights Day is an opportunity for reflection, balance sheet and commitment to eliminate the inequalities that still persist between men and women and which hinder the progress of humanity. "

In addition, a preparatory meeting with the women and girls of the diaspora was organized in the embassy of Côte d'Ivoire in France in order to start the international deployment of the Compendium in the presence of the first adviser of the Embassy Touré Ousmane


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