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Women's Day activities at the PM's Office

By: Ako Pauline Eneke

Female workers at the Prime Minister's office have been challenged to be at the vanguard of the implementation of the bilingualism policy in the country.   The call was made on day of the launch of activities to commemorate the 32nd edition of the International Day of the Woman in this state institution. Activities at the Star Building are holding under the supervision of Bertha Ndoh, Special Adviser of the Prime Minister.

Bilingualism is a current burning issue in the country, and women at the PM's Office do not want to be left out. At the helm of of the implementation of government policy of bilingualism, much is expected of them as they accompany the Head of Government. The facilitator from the Bilingual Pilot Center emphasized on the role of the bilingual woman in an ever changing work space. The advantages of bilingualism are ever more fundamental than being able to converse with a wider range of people. Research has proven that being bilingual makes one smarter since it has a profound effect on the brain, improving on our cognitive skills. Instituted since reunification, the important tools to make it effective have been the constitution, Presidential Decrees and recent creation of the Committee on Bilingualism and Multiculturalism as well as the Prime ministerial instructions and circulars and reminders calling for systematic translation of all texts. The practice has not yet been as effective as originally intended. This seminar was intended to spur the women into action, and to remove speed breaks. During the general Launch by the Special Adviser, Bertha Ndoh on Wednesday March 1st the women explored the competences that female leaders need to make an impact in the changing arena of the public service as they aspire for a 50/50 equation by 2030.


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