Celebrating women History month with grass wood communities.

The Mayor Ayawavi Aziadekey during her remark

On March 13, 2020, the Public Affairs Section and the  community of Ahepe  in Yoto2 celebrated Women History Month to highlight the importance  of women in the society through female entrepreneurship, technology, and science.  The Public Affairs Officer, Tiffany Miller, Ambassador’s Spouse Susmita Dastidar, the Mayor Ayawavi Aziadekey, and MWF Kossiwa Tsipoaka all  in turn delivered  inspiring stories of their own experience as women either from minority  classes or  men dominated societies,  to more than 500 participants comprising  young students, educators, women associations, local authorities, and traditional chiefs. Was also present the mobile laboratory MoLab to carry experimentations with students and  Basile Koumi for a causerie with women on  female entrepreneurship. The PAO through  her remarks amplified the role of men as clients for women empowerment saying: “I haven’t forgotten the boys and men in our audience. It is through your encouragement that your sister, mother, wife or friend will be a successful woman and contribute to the development of this country.”

The Embassy team finally offered books to students and visited a women association specialized in agriculture and agrobusiness with the purpose to inform them of the opportunities for  capacity building and funding with the Embassy, especially the entrepreneurship training and  the Ambassador self-help program.

The PAO Tiffany Miller during her remarks
The PAO Tiffany Miller during her remarks