‘’Jeunes d’Afrique, agissons!’’
Significant events of recent years
Dr. Zacharia Tiemtoré, former Minister in charge of Literacy in Burkina Faso from 2011 to 2013, earned an Executive Master from Sciences Po Paris, on June 20, 2016. The work of his dissertation in the area of Politics and Management of Development, focused on eradicating illiteracy in Burkina Faso.
Elected Man of the Year 2012 by the National Association for the Well-Being of Elementary School Teachers, I received my certificate of merit from the hands of the minister Jerome Bougouma, godfather of the ceremony.
Thank you to these brave young people from Benin, France, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Burkina Faso for this visit and for the quality of the exchanges. All my encouragement in your efforts to promote non-formal education.
With francophone members of parliament and senators, we discussed among others, dual training (school-enterprise), education in sustainable development, the fight against discrimination, during the 40th session of the Parliamentary Assembly of La Francophonie in Ottawa, Canada
Field visit to monitor the implementation of infrastructures for the benefit of rural populations. In these circumstances, politics takes on a whole new meaning.
In working session with the Minister of Secondary and Higher Education and his main collaborators in the framework of the mission of information that we lead at this moment on the implementation of the conclusions of the Estates General of Higher Education.
Meeting with young adults and their parents to promote non-formal education. Learn a job based on instrumental skills with the prospect of self-employment.
I took part in an important and constructive debate at the University of Ouagadougou on the responsibility of youth in the process of democratization in Africa. Thank you to the Association Jeunesse Espoir d'Afrique for its significant contribution to the awakening of the minds.
With Asalfo Traoré (Groupe Magic System) who was recently named UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Literacy and Education. We shared ideas and concretely discussed a project for illiterate people. To be continued...
With members of the Education, Communication and Cultural Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of La Francophonie, we discussed quality and inclusive education in Brazzaville. We must continue our efforts to ensure that all access education. At the same time, we have to invest significantly in the quality of education which has been declining for several years.
A symbolic moment of the opening ceremony of the Congress of Liberal International: on the 1st row, the Presidents of Ivory Coast and Senegal.
I had an interesting meeting with Georges De Baziri, Burkinabe designer. The valorization of the local material "Faso Dan Fani" in the making of his creations is remarkable. A good example of the appropriation and transformation of our resources.
I offered her a copy of my new book. We had a very interesting conversation about the political challenges of our generation.