Special Panel When I was there Women and the Environment

From the right to the left :

Malika KAMARA, Communication Officer, IVLP

Amy BAROU, Agroeconomist Engineer, YALI

Abibah TRAORE, Energy Engineer, YALI

Professor Véronique YOBOUE, Teacher – Researcher, University Félix Houphouêt-Boigny.

There is a part of the environment that is part of the job of each of us. It is a common heritage and if one of us fails, we all fail”.

Marie-Josée HOUENOU, before closing this meeting, did not hesitate to evoke our common responsibility towards the environmental challenges. “Our ambition is to train young people, to initiate them to acquire certain ideas, because there is a part of the environment that is part of us and the job of each of us. It is a common heritage and if one of us fails, we all fail,” she concluded. We all have an impact to leave on the community through the protection of the environment.

Let us recall that this event carried by the NGO ASAPSU (Association de Soutien à l’Autopromotion Sanitaire et Urbaine), was made possible thanks to the financial support of the WESISAH Foundation and the Embassy of the United States in Côte d’Ivoire and partners.

Léontine KOUADIO and Aïssatou FOFANA, (Aïssatou FOFANA, member of JFDD, within the framework of the Youth Initiative for Climate Change)

About the youth initiative

The Youth Initiative to Combat Climate Change aims to raise awareness of climate change among young Francophones. It also provides an opportunity to publicize the actions and commitment of Francophone youth to fight climate change in the form of a series of articles.

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For more information, consult the Médiaterre file of the Youth Climate Change Initiative [IJLCC].

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