Rabat, 18 October 2019
Mr. President,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
At the end of a week of exchanges and sharing, especially teaching within the framework of the training seminar focused on women’s leadership, organized by the Atlantic Federation of African Press Agencies (FAAPA), the honor falls to us to speak on behalf of all the participants in the seminar in general, and on behalf of the Network of Women Leaders of African News Agencies, recently established, in particular.
For this, we ask you, Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, to believe in the expression of our sincere thanks and our deep gratitude for these fruitful moments; which allowed us to be equipped, among others, on the notion of women’s leadership. This, thanks to the great team of supervisors and coaches whose expertise is no longer to be demonstrated.
Indeed, Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, the knowledge and rudiments acquired throughout this training constitute for us and for posterity, the basis of our will to carry very high, the values of women and particularly those of women’s leadership; values necessary to our blooming and to the development of our African News Agencies.
Also, Mr. President, the Network set up at the end of this seminar, will constitute, without any doubt, a real tool of communication, exchange and opportunities in our sector of activity. This Network will be, we strongly hope, a sure link in the FAAPA chain.
For this, Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, we call upon your expertise and count on your lasting support.
Only one feeling animates us at present, we participants in the seminar, we women leaders of African News Agencies, sincere gratitude.
Our most ardent wish is that the impetus and dynamism imparted during this training will be sustainable and that it will truly impact each of us. “Mrs. Atika, we will leave without you, but know that you have made us stars.
Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, all the participants, with one voice, say Choukrane, Choukrane, Choukrane. I thank you.