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    ISESCO Director General meets in Istanbul with Senegalese Minister of Women and Family

    8 December 2019

    The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, met with Ms. Ndeye Saly Diop Dieng, Minister of Women, Family and Gender of Senegal, and together they discussed ways to promote cooperation between ISESCO and the Republic of Senegal in the Organization’s areas of competence.

    In a meeting held in Istanbul, Turkey, hours prior to the First Ministerial Conference on Social Development, the parties agreed to scale up cooperation through practical steps, inter alia, the launch of the medical, social and scientific caravan next year in Senegal in service of Senegalese citizens with Senegal contributing to the Caravan’s needs.

    Moreover, Dr. AlMalik and Ms. Dieng agreed to set up a center for psychosocial treatment of women and children victims of persecution in 2020, in cooperation between ISESCO and the Senegalese Government, represented by the Ministry of Women, Family and Gender.

    This agreement is part of ISESCO’s new vision and strategy of its future action that advocates the empowerment of women, youth and children and promotes the access of all to education. It focuses on sustainable development issues, poverty eradication, the fight against extremism and hate speech and support of civil society.

    The meeting was attended by Ms. Ramata Almamy Mbaye, Director of Human and Social Sciences.

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