Fighting against Unsanitary Practices
Mrs. Dominique Ouattara, First Lady of Côte d'Ivoire, sponsored the National Commitment Ceremony for the operation to combat unhealthiness known as "Grand Ménage" on Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 at the “Palais de la Culture”, Initiated by the Ministry of Health, Environment and Sustainable Development, this ceremony was an act of civic commitment and commitment of all the components of Ivorian society to the fight effort for a healthy and Ideal environment for sustainable development. Moreover, to translate this solemn act, it recorded the participation of several personalities of the government led by Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly, presidents of institutions, members of the diplomatic corps accredited in Côte d'Ivoire, and many other personalities.
Fervent militant for the well-being of the populations, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara was keen to support this ceremony. The situation of the environment and the galloping insalubrity in the towns and villages of the country are all factors that can affect all development policies. A reason that led Mrs. Dominique Ouattara, during this ceremony, to draw the alarm bell. "(…) The issue of sanitation in our cities and towns is worrying. This situation challenges us individually and collectively, because the consequences of insalubrity on our environment are numerous. Similarly, urban disorder and nuisances of all kinds can also be harmful to the health of our populations, "said Dominique Ouattara. For the spouse of the head of state, the fight against unsanitary practices is first and foremost a personal matter. That is why she called on for individual awareness, a prerequisite for reaching sustainable development. "(…)