State visit in the Bas-Sassandra
The caravan of solidarity initiated by Mrs. Dominique Ouattara, ahead of the state visit from March 04th to March 08th, 2015 in the Bas-Sassandra, ended on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 with the step Buyo, a rural town located about 80 km from Soubré. On this occasion, the ceremony of the donations of the First Lady Dominique Ouattara at the Independence Square in Buyo was festive. People from across the department wanted to commune with the emissary of Mrs. Dominique Ouattara. Because nobody wanted to be told this event now graved in the annals of the history of Buyo. An exceptional mobilization. At Gbely the first quarter of Buyo city, the members of the cabinet of the First Lady were able to experience the exceptional mobilization of the Kouzié, Löble cabinet and the non-native Baoulé and Sénufo and immigrants from the West African region. The turned out massively and warmly welcomed their guests. In Buyo ti’s a huge crowd, mobilized since the early hours of the day that the delegation from the office of the First Lady found awaiting for them. The prize for the mobilization has without any doubt been won by this locality.
A mobilization that met the size of the gifts of the First Lady Dominique Ouattara. Indeed, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara has offered in-kind donations worth CFA francs 100 million to the populations of Buyo. These gifts, as diverse and varied, allow people in general and women in particular, to take themselves in hand. Thus, in the field of agriculture, the wife of the head of state offered a tractor; rice and corn husking machines; maize and cassava flour grinders; motorized tricycle trailers; cassava pressers; watering cans and other gifts to women’s cooperatives and groups. These gifts will reduce the difficulty of the evacuation of agricultural products, and also will also improve the performance of women farmers. The restorers, hairdressers and dressmakers also received equipment for the development of their activities, resulting as much to the relief of the latter who will now be able to support themselves.
In the social field, although Buyo does not yet have a women’s training center, the First Lady has offered all the necessary materials for the creation of such centers. Taking this opportunity, Mrs. Yao Patricia Sylvie, on behalf of Mrs. Dominique Ouattara asked the authorities of this town to make every effort to open a women's center to enable women to train themselves. Primary, secondary and nursery schools in the city have also received many donations.