Ivoiriens, Ivoiriennes, le consulat de Côte d’Ivoire en Irlande par le biais de la Commission électorale, porte à votre connaissance qu’il sera organisé l’élection du président de la diaspora Ivoirienne en Irlande le dimanche 26 septembre 2021. Les candidatures sont à envoyer à l’adresse email suivante email@example.com. Pièces à fournir pour le dossier de candidature : - Photocopie Carte Nationale d’identité / Passeport (exceptionnellement pour 2021 les pièces d’identités expirées seront acceptées) - Caution 200 euros non remboursable reversé dans la caisse de la diaspora - Projet de société - Dépôt des candidatures : du 30 aout 2021 au 5 septembre 2021 (Les candidatures peuvent être déposées par un tiers si le postulant n’est pas disponible)
les conditions d’éligibilités : - Être de nationalité ivoirienne et être âgé de 25 ans minimum - Être établi en Irlande depuis au moins 2 ans - Ne pas être membre du bureau du consulat - Ne pas occuper déjà une fonction importante au sein d’une association (pour éviter le cumule de poste, L’intéressé(e) peut donc démissionner de son poste actuel et se présenter à l’élection) .
Technology is the accelerator that will lead businesses across Emerging Africa into the digital future By Habib Mahakian, Vice-President - Emerging Africa, Dell Technologies
"We are well into 2021 and are already seeing that organizations across Emerging Africa are investing in technology as an accelerator to fuel socio-economic growth and business success. It’s clear that innovation has been a key contributing factor to sustaining some of our most vital sectors and the sheer speed and scale at which digital transformation took place and supported entire industries as they adapted has been remarkable. Technology took the spotlight; keeping businesses open, students in (virtual) classrooms, social lives connected, and essential services flowing".
Her Excellency Mrs Sara Amani Ivorian Ambassador in London. Interview in DIPLOMAT magazine
Ambassador of Côte d’Ivoire Her Excellency Mrs Sara Amani recalls the “momentous day” she was appointed Ambassador to the UK. “This is a high-profile diplomatic post, which is now occupied by a woman for the first time. I would like to express my gratitude to the highest Ivorian authorities who have invested their confidence in me.” She hopes her diplomatic activities will offer her “opportunities to discover the different regions of the UK and the great outdoors. Admiring the beauty of nature can provide great moments of healing and contemplation.”
POWER TEACHERS - REPRESENTATIVE NGO FOR THE HONORARY CONSUL TO IRELAND
"We are dedicated to realising our vision. We work with teachers who become Power Teachers. A Power Teacher is a teacher who provides a quality education for his / her students, whose students learn and develop. We want to create a movement of power teachers". Dr. Margo O'Sullivan CEO Power Teachers. We seek, ' Quality teaching and learning for all children in Africa and achievement of the Educationwww.powerteachers.org/ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4.
We believe that teachers have the power to transform lives through children learning. We believe that teachers are THE key (#teachersarethekey) to quality education for every child, which is key to sustainable development. We believe that supporting the unlocking of this key requires a focus on the status and motivation of teachers. Everything we do is driven by our motto – “Teachers matter. Teacher motivation matters. Teachers are the key”. We are focused on finding cost effective and self-sustaining solutions, which are also climate-change friendly. https://www.powerteachers.org/
“I wish to state that it is my great honour and privilege to officially appoint Power Teachers Co. Reg. No. 650984 and Dr. Margo O’Sullivan, CEO, as my representative NGO body to undertake the vital work of enabling and empowering, in all areas of life and society, the ‘Future of Now’ of the citizens of Côte d’Ivoire and of others in West Africa. In particular we will work closely in addressing the issues surrounding the reskilling, upskilling, education and empowerment of young girls and women and marginal tribal and rural communities, among others. Power Teachers will represent the ethical, humanitarian and professional interests of the Honorary Consulate of the Government of Côte d’Ivoire to Ireland to ensure that we are always in a position to effectively engage with all bodies concerned, to ‘Change the lives of ordinary people’ in extraordinary ways, no matter where we face the challenges and realities of inequality, injustice and poverty”. Dr. Daithí Ó Murchú. Honorary Consul.