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Senegal: no woman, no development!

The question of development in Africa can be only thought, conceived and elaborated with the implication of women. Involving woman in decision-making, endowing them with necessary tools to be autonomous, would be the answer to the development problem of the continent. This is in short the position expressed on Thursday …

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Maghreb: Oréal Maroc honors women making science move forward

« For the Women and the Science » is the ambitious program that has put in the spotlight since 2007 the remarkable scientific women whose researches will contribute to take science move forward.   The initiative came from the L’Oréal Maroc subsidiary supported by the Unesco that locally uses this program to …

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Ivorian Army: ladies admitted within the national Gendarmerie from 2015

The consideration of genre in army is preoccupying Ivory Coast government that decided on Wednesday during a Council of Ministers that ladies are henceforth admitted within the national Gendarmerie up from 2015-2016. The Council was chaired by the Head of State, Alassane Ouattara. « Up from the start of the school …

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Irene Koki Mutungi: the 1st African lady, captain in commands of a Boeing 787

The Kenyan pilot Irene Koki Mutungi has not to envy her colleagues men. Chief pilot, she is the first African woman captain in air transport history. Daughter of a father pilot, Kiko has fed since her childhood the ambition to succeed to her father. She is a captain today and …

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