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Education International’s (EI) Africa Women’s Roundtable was warmly welcomed by the Honourable Kandia Camara, Côte d’Ivoire’s Minister of National Education and Technical and Vocational Education and Training, as well as a teacher, former unionist and alumni of the earliest iteration of the EI African Women in Education Network.

Leaving her family for a 10/4 work/rest days far from home in a small town at 200 km from Abidjan, an Ivorian woman in a mining company should be celebrate for her courage and sacrifice to help her family.

For her, Mrs Tahi Pauline, time has fly ans stay behind her but she gains experiences and more valuables relations with many persons in the mining industry in Cote d'Ivoire.

On Friday, January 26, 2018, 210 women from various backgrounds; politicians, public sector, private sector, entrepreneurs, women of civil society and women of the media gathered at CRRAE-UEMOA in Plateau to take part in the restitution and launching of the African women leaders’ network.

The purpose of the launch was to enable national ownership of the results of the High-Level Forum on Women Leaders for the Transformation of Africa held in New York from May 31 to June 2, 2017; this forum had resulted in the launch of the " African Women Leaders Network " where women leaders agreed to build and maintain an inclusive network of diverse women and young women in leadership positions in all sectors of society and to invite the next meeting of the Forum in Addis Ababa in February 2018.

Michael GRAU, and the gender advisor of the President of the Republic.

And they are often deprived of basic social services.

He noted that the promotion of women's rights is an important obligation of their cooperation policy and added that Germany is ready to accompany women and stated that he remains attentive to requests.

The Minister of Women, Promotion of Children and Solidarity, Mrs.

They hold only 18 percent of agricultural lands and are not better off in administrations.

In Cote d'Ivoire, the woman remains marginalized, with a status that is increasingly weakened today by the socio-political situation.

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