Last updated on mai 19, 2018
Madagascar had representatives at the sixty-second session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62) held at the United Nations headquarters in New York from March, 12 to 23rd. Among the representatives, Lova Andrianina, a member of the Groupement des activistes de Madagascar.
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The Groupement des activistes de Madagascar at CSW62
This year, Lova Andrianina, a member of the Groupement des activistes de Madagascar, is one of the representatives of Madagascar at the sixty-second edition of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62) at the UN, in New York, from the 12 to 23rd March.
She had the opportunity to discuss and exchange different perspectives and strategies to promote the development of girls and women in rural areas during this international meeting. Was also said « the importance of the government’s accountability to the people so that they can fully enjoy their rights but also contribute fully to the socio-economic development of the country, » as learned from the group of activists from Madagascar.[amazon_link asins=’B016JG3PMI,B017XNXROW,B071771VPS’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’booknewsmada7-21′ marketplace=’FR’ link_id=’d501124a-2eb7-11e8-892a-ed888edf5b1f’]
According to activists in Madagascar, for the country, accountability and implementation of actions are the most important to lead to development because it is not enough just to be present internationally but especially to bring change back in the country.
The main theme of CSW62 this year is « Girls’ Empowerment and Rural Women ». Representatives of Member States, United Nations entities and ECOSOC-accredited non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from all regions of the world gathered to attend the session.
During CSW62, numerous events were organized and held to discuss how different stakeholders could work together to improve the situation of women in rural areas. Also, to strengthen the commitment of different governments and delegates for the implementation of SDGs, especially in rural areas.
Among the topics at the center of the debate were women’s rights. It has been recognized that women and girls in rural areas are the most vulnerable and most vulnerable to difficulties, such as access to health services, including sexual health, access to good quality education, access to information (ICT and technologies) …. All aspects that have an impact on the empowerment of women in rural areas were negotiated during the event.