Post-primary education: the new provincial director takes office



Post-primary education: the new provincial director takes office

Boussé, 20th September 2022 (AIB) – The new provincial director in charge of post-primary and secondary education, Abdoulaye Sawadogo, was installed in his functions in Boussé, on 20 September 2022, by the High Commissioner of the province of Kourweogo, Mr. Siaka Barro.

On 20 September 2022, the educational community of the Kourwéogo province welcomed its new director in charge of post-primary and secondary education. Appointed by the Council of Ministers at its meeting of 24 August 2022. Mr. Abdoulaye Sawadogo, succeeds to this post, Mrs. Bozié Edwige Marie Gilberte Hien / Somé.

In his speech, Abdoulaye Sawadogo expressed his gratitude to the country’s authorities for their renewed confidence. He reassured him of his commitment to serve with loyalty and dedication. In this sense he intends to follow in the footsteps traced by his predecessor, making his contribution.

Mr. Sawadogo aims to provide Kourwéogo girls and children with a quality education that is inclusive, resilient and accessible to all, in accordance with the guidelines of the MENA-PLN. He wanted the support of all the actors for the success of his mission.

The new DPEPS concluded its speech by paying homage to its predecessor for the sacrifices she had to make to lay the foundations for a post-primary education administration in the province. As she sought her pioneering insight, he wished her a good continuation of the mission in the province of Oubritenga.

After more than three years at the helm of the Kourwéogo DPEPS, the outgoing director Ms Bozié Edwige Marie Gilberte Hien / Somé thanked the educational community and partners for their contribution to improving the quality of the educational offer in the province.

For his part, High Commissioner Siaka Barro reiterated his readiness to accompany the newcomer in the fulfillment of his missions. A joint work whose success, according to him, requires everyone’s involvement. Mr. Barro concluded his speech by inviting educational actors to make listening, dialogue and consultation the principles of action that will allow them to face the challenges of education in Kourwéogo.

AIB / Kourweogo / Daouda Barro

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