From February 17 to 22, 2020, a delegation of experts from the Republic of Guinea will stay in Abidjan to immerse themselves in gender issues through the think tank, which is the Compendium of Women's Skills in Côte d'Ivoire.
The many tangible results recorded by Côte d'Ivoire through the Compendium of Women's Skills and the Unesco Chair: "Water, women and decision-making power" undoubtedly continue to appeal to countries in the sub-region, Africa and world. Better to attract them, in order to weave partnerships of this very enriching experience that is the gender issue. This is the reason which justifies the presence of a Guinean delegation to imbibe the Ivorian model in terms of gender.
These African institutions, he maintains, recommend that the various member states proceed with the establishment of their compendium. Because, according to the expert, it allows "the reduction of inequalities"
These African institutions, he maintains, recommend that the various member states set up their compendium. Because, according to the expert, it allows "the reduction of inequalities. Côte d'Ivoire being the first model in the matter, it is necessary to refer to it ”and“ Guinea composed of a delegation of experts came to understand how the program was set up, the difficulties encountered and the results obtained ".
To his hosts, Tchiakpé explained that for the very beginning of activity, the team of Minister Euphrasie Yao Kouassi, herself holder of the UNESCO Chair totaling 30 years of service, relied on information technologies and communication to identify and enlist women.
The gender expert also stressed that the emphasis should be on raising awareness to allow people to register for the project. The Guinean delegation present is on the lookout, the gender expert said. Meanwhile, a delegation of ministers is expected to arrive in Abidjan in a few weeks for the signing of a partnership between Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea.
Fatoumata Traoré, director general of empowerment centers and the promotion of women in Guinea, moreover, Head of delegation, explained the choice of Côte d'Ivoire because it is the first country to initiate such a program. "We believed and saw fit to come and draw inspiration from the experience of the Ivorian model," she said. For her, these experiences learned will allow the development of the terms of reference of the Compendium and the pursuit of exchanges with the Ivory Coast.
The Republic of Guinea, after the Beijing Conference, had developed a national gender policy. With the advent of the 3rd Republic, the Head of State, Alpha Condé, dedicated his mandate to the empowerment of young people and women. “So we have a national gender policy but also we have subscribed to the various conventions and treaties at regional and international level. The President of the Republic of Guinea, set up, by translating this will, a Mutual financial of the African women (Ufa) and the Mutuals of economic growth ”, confided the Head of Guinean delegation.
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