8 MARCH 2023: MOBILISATION OF THE WOMEN OF THE SUNU GROUP
The International Women's Rights Day was rich in activities at the SUNU Group for this 2023 edition.
Indeed, in Benin, women gathered to share a moment with men and receive gifts from their hands after words of thanks from the General Management for their commitment to the service of the companies.
In Burkina Faso, they contributed to improving the living conditions of internally displaced women and children by offering them food and non-food items over a meal.
In Cameroon, after an exfoliating soap making workshop and a webinar on frizzy hair care, the final touch was a Djamboola session.
In the Central African Republic, a conference led by Aïchatou DJIKAN-BABY, Head of the Treasury Department at SUNU Assurances IARD Centrafrique, on the theme: "For an inclusive digital world: innovation and technology for gender equality" brought together women from SUNU Assurances and their brokerage partners.
In Côte d'Ivoire, the women of the four companies met to demand their rights, after which a cocktail was served to strengthen their ties and female solidarity at work.
In Congo, two main activities took place during the day. A workshop on the balance between private and professional life, followed by a presentation of products dedicated to the well-being of women over a meal.
In Guinea, a workshop on "Women's Leadership & Self-confidence" for final year students at the University of Nongo Conakry, followed by a donation of sanitary towels to 7th and 8th grade girls at Bonfi College, took place.
In the DRC, the women had the right to go to a restaurant followed by a gift with a strong cultural symbol to call for more solidarity between them.
In Senegal, they were honoured with rich exchanges around the second value of the SUNU Group "respect and appreciation of the women and men who make up the SUNU Group" before receiving gifts to materialise the recognition of the companies to each woman.
In Togo, the day enabled the young women in training in hairdressing and sewing at the Bè community centre to be made aware of the impact of sickle cell disease on women's professional lives. Then, the women went to the National Centre for Research and Care for Sickle Cell Disease for a donation ceremony.
All these activities marked this day and will certainly continue throughout the year.