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SEFANM welcomes the appointment of Garry Conille as Prime Minister and demands the quota of 30% women

  • May 31, 2024
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SEFANM welcomes the appointment of Garry Conille as Prime Minister of the transition and demands a quota of 30% women in the next government

The “Haitian Women’s Sector” (SEFANM) in a note signed by its coordinator Edwin Blaise warmly welcomes the appointment of Dr. Garry Conille as Prime Minister of the Transition in Haiti. Recognizing the enormous challenges it will face, SEFANM expresses its hope that this new leadership will address the current crises with particular attention to women, who are the first victims. SEFANM recalls the need to respect the constitutional quota of 30% of women in the next government, in accordance with international commitments.

Indeed, the organization is also campaigning for 30% of positions to be reserved for young people, thus guaranteeing fair representation and promoting their participation in the governance of the country.

The inclusion of women and young people is, according to SEFANM, a crucial element for the reconstruction and sustainable development of Haiti. Dr. Conille now has the opportunity to prove his commitment to gender equality and the promotion of young Haitian talents, underlined the structure.

SEFANM says it is ready to collaborate with the new government to achieve these objectives and ensure that the rights of women and young people are protected and promoted. The organization remains vigilant and determined to continue its fight for a more just and inclusive Haiti.

Sektè Fanm Ayisyèn (SEFANM) is a network bringing together several hundred women’s organizations across Haiti. This collective force works to promote the rights of Haitian women and girls, and campaigns for their inclusion and full participation in the social, economic and political life of the country.

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