Professional and economic integration of youth and women in the context of the lake Chad basin crisis: experience sharing and perspectives
The crisis in the lake Chad basin is the result of a complex combination of multiple factors, including a precarious security situation involving non-state armed groups, extreme levels of poverty, persistent underdevelopment, and climatic disruption. This crisis, which has persisted for more than a decade, has affected every aspect of daily life (destruction of livelihoods, loss of financial and productive assets, limited access to education) of all social categories of the populations of the area; in particular women.
The conference "Professional and economic integration of youth and women in the context of the Lake Chad Basin crisis: experience sharing and perspectives" provides a framework for exchange and restitution of the study on: "The place of gender in the socio-economic development of lake Chad", carried out within the framework of the RESILAC project.
Tuesday, 18 October
8:30-11:30 (UTC +1)
8:00 - 8:30 : Participants' arrival
8:30 - 8:45 : RESILAC presentation
8:45 - 9:45 : Study presentation and questions
9:45 - 10:00 : Break
10h - 11h15 : Capitalization and questions
11h15 - 11h30 : End
Paola HARTPENCE - Capitalization officer, project RESILAC
Kalilou Seydou MOUSSA - Socio-anthropologist, graduate of the EHESS , Marseille
Ibrahim Hamidou OUMAROU - Regional technical referent for economic recovery (pillar 2) RESILAC project
Hélène RONCERAY - Regional Coordinator RESILAC