20 supervisors in training at ENSEA in Abidjan
Out of a total of 400 registered candidates, only 20 people were selected to take part in the training workshop whose launch took place on Monday, January 27, 2020 in the premises of ENSEA Abidjan.
This training workshop, which is part of the PMA project (Performance Monitoring for Action), aims to build the capacity of supervisors for the collection of data for the baseline survey which will end on Thursday, February 6, 2020.
Before examining the issues, Dr. Hugues KOUADIO, Director of ENSEA extended a warm welcome to all participants. He indicated that the final objective is to contribute to the development of African countries through the implementation of adequate policies for the well-being of populations.
This can only be possible if the actors of the chain mutualize their actions to improve the living conditions of rural and urban populations.
In his closing remarks, he invited listeners to commit themselves resolutely and participate actively in this training.
In his intervention, Dr. Georges GUIELLA, Lecturer-Researcher at the Higher Institute of Population Sciences (ISSP) and head of PMA Burkina, thanked Dr. Hugues KOUADIO for agreeing to host this activity. The facilitator noted the excellent collaboration that has always prevailed between the two institutions. This is a fundamental point in the success of this project. According to him, Côte d’Ivoire which is a member of the 11 countries selected to implement this survey must take up this challenge.
It should be recalled that this training of supervisors is initiated in partnership with Jhpiego and the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins University in the United States.