BUJUMBURA May 30th (ABP) – The National School of Administration (ENA) organized on Friday, May 26, 2023, a training on women’s leadership, for senior executives and executives of the National Assembly, the national police and those of the Ministry of National Solidarity, Social Affairs, Human Rights and Gender, as part of the economic and financial governance support project (PAGEF), a check on the site by ABP has revealed.
According to the Director General of ENA, Mr. Dionise Arakaza, that training will enable the women leaders of the said institutions to drive tangible changes in decision-making processes and to continue to develop the women’s agenda through the mechanisms of peacebuilding, social cohesion and solidarity.
In addition, Mr. Arakaza pointed out that this training has various goals, in particular those of building the capacities of senior executives and executives of the institutions mentioned above, consolidating their skills on the key themes of women’s leadership, relying on the exchanges and experiences of each for a training rooted in the reality of Burundi, which lead to concrete projects.
He also indicated that during the training, examples of what is done elsewhere were given to show them that there are, in Burundi, certain institutions which are directed by women and whose results are very good in the same way as institutions run by men.
It is in such a context that Mr. Arakaza invited the women leaders who partook in the training, to contribute more to its success, by integrating issues into their priorities in order to really benefit from the major assets, so that their ambitions can become realities for the implementation of the missions assigned to them in their respective institutions.