Fight against child labor

La Première Dame inaugure le complexe scolaire « Dominique Ouattara » de San-Pedro

First Lady Dominique Ouattara inaugurated the school complex bearing her in Chateau a quarter district, Friday, March 6, 2015, in San Pedro. Gift of Olam Group, a Chocolate production company this school complex is composed of six (6) classrooms; an infirmary; a library; a canteen; toilets and an office for the director. This complex is the contribution of this group in the broad strategy against child labor phenomenon engaged for more than 3 years by the First Lady at the head of the National Oversight for Actions Against Trafficking and Child Labor (CNS). In order to bring more convenience to her toddlers, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara has made the equipment of this school complex to the delight of children, teachers, student and parents. So she offered materials and equipment worth 15 million CFA francs. For primary schools, the First Lady offered 6 director offices and teachers; 6 chairs for directors and teachers; 2 storage cabinets; 1 complete computer and printer; lots of books for the library and 50 chairs for visitors to the primary school. In addition, the First Lady Dominique Ouattara has offered educational equipment. These are 20 boxes of ream paper; 20 chalk boxes, paperboard; 20 overall geometric kits that have been offered to the school complex "Dominique Ouattara." The First Lady has not forgotten children. She offered 5 sets of jerseys and 5 footballs to students. 2 slides; 2 swings; 50 small chairs and shelves; 20 ponies and 50 mats were offered to the kindergarten of the complex. Furthermore cleaning equipment of school yard; equipment for the canteen; food for the canteen and equipment to the school infirmary were also offered at the sports complex. In addition to these in-kind donations, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara has offered CFA 5,400,000 to the population of the district.