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    ISESCO to support two projects for care of women victims of violence and homeless children in Senegal

    7 January 2020

    The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, met with Ms. Ndèye Saly Diop Dieng, Senegalese Minister of Women, Family and Gender, and together they explored cooperation prospects between ISESCO and the Ministry for the next phase, under ISESCO’s new vision.

    During the meeting, held as part of the official visit of ISESCO Director General to Senegal, the two parties agreed that ISESCO support two social projects in Senegal. The first project features the creation of integrated centers to care for women and children victims of violence, assist them to overcome the impact of violence and reintegrate them into the society.

    The second project focuses on supporting care centers for homeless and abandoned children and offering an environment conducive to their education, training and rehabilitation to live in decent conditions. In this regard, the two parties agreed to set up a joint committee to follow up to the implementation of these projects.

    ISESCO’s support comes as part of its new vision which mainly seeks, inter alia, to empower the youth, women and children to enjoy their rights relevant to education, science, culture, technology and environment.

    The meeting was attended by Dr. Ahmed Said Bah, Director of External Relations and Cooperation, and Ms. Ramata Almamy Mbaye, Director of Human and Social Sciences.

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