Five Africans appointed to head OIF institutions

Paris- France (PANA) - – Secretary general Abdou Diouf of the International Organisation of the Francophonie (OIF) has appointed five eminent Africans to head administrative departments of the organisation, an official statement said here.
Burkinabe Soungalo Ouedraogo, a former consultant at UNESCO and the World Bank former was named head of OIF Education and Training, Rwandan Tharcisse Urayenza got appointed as head of Sustainable Development and Solidarity, it said here Wednesday.
Diouf appointed Guinean Kadidiatou Dadie to head Administration and Finance, named Hary Rajaonarivo of Madagascar to head OIF Strategic Planning, while Mahaman Lawan Seriba of Niger became head of the Francophonie Games.
These nominations are part of the formation of the OIF's new organisational chart following the institutional reform made in November 2005, a statement from the OIF explained.

08 june 2006 11:34:00




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