ComorosCustoms celebrated the International Women’s dayon 9thMarch 2019 at the Retaj Moroni Hotel.

13-03-2019 11:55
Comoros customs had celebrated International Women's Day, for the first time and the ceremony was honored by the participation of the Director General of Customs, Mr. SOUEF KAMALIDINI.

The ceremony was under the theme of "thinking equitably, building smart, and innovating for change". "Retained by the UN and also adopted by the World Customs Organization. Having brought together all female customs officers, its objective was to demonstrate the place that the woman has in the General Administration of Comoros Customs and to highlight the achievements contributed by them.

Several women intervened during the event, strating with Mrs. TOUROUSSI SAÏD, an Officer who read verses of the qur’an of the chapter "Women", Ms. SITTI-ZAÏNABOU SAÏD HASSANI, Inspector Auditor, who gave a speech, Mrs. DJAMILA RADJABOU, Head of External Relations and ANLAOUIA MOHAMED, Inspector Auditor, who together made a PowerPoint presentation on "How to reconcile professional and personal life" and Mrs. HALIMA ALI, who addressed a short thankful speech to the audience.

Finally, the Director General of Customs, Mr. SOUEF KAMALIDINI took the floor to show his pride towards all the female customs officers customs of being the first women of any Comorian institution to organize such event, During his speech,he emphasized that 42% of Comoros staff are female and his wish is to make it 50% by the end of this year.



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