THE GENDER CELL SAYS NO TO THE MARGINALIZATION OF WOMEN IN ASSOCIATIVE LIFE
On Tuesday September 15, 2020 from 10:15 a.m. to 2 p.m., an activity dedicated to women was held in the auditorium of the CNPS located in Plateau. This activity called “The morning of Associative Feminine Activism” is a door that the gender unit of the Ministry of Youth Promotion and Youth Employment opens to young women in order to be strongly represented or to be manager of association. Centered on the theme “young women and associative commitment”, the various panelists urged us to get out of our comfort zone and to train in order to deserve our place in society. The panelist Ms. Madia Bamba recommended that “women get out of the logic of chances”. She also recalled that involvement in community life is a civic duty insofar as by serving others we serve our homeland. As for Ms. Mariam Doumbouya, in a way, she displayed the advantages of associative involvement, being itself a living testimony. The second sub-theme presented by Ms. Carelle Goli reminds us that we must fight against stereotypes. That we must train repeatedly and she has not failed to encourage women to master digital technology in order to be indomitable and increase our areas of expertise. In addition, there was a real interaction between the speakers and the participants. In response to the question of PLANETE PAIX Representative Miss Hermance Oulaï: “What are the necessary criteria to have a good project?”, the panelists indicated that the best project is the one that meets a need or some problem in our community.
The activity ended with a family photo after several other questions.
Miss Hermance Oulaï