Overseas aid projects meet in Monaco

Gilles Tonelli, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, with technical coordinators, on left, Cécile Dakouo (Mali) and Bérengère Andriamialison (Madagascar) and on right, Abdoulaye Douka (Niger) Wanessa El Amri (Tunisia) et Saida Abouid (Morocco). ©Direction de la Communication/Manuel Vitali
Gilles Tonelli, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, with technical coordinators, on left, Cécile Dakouo (Mali) and Bérengère Andriamialison (Madagascar) and on right, Abdoulaye Douka (Niger) Wanessa El Amri (Tunisia) et Saida Abouid (Morocco). ©Direction de la Communication/Manuel Vitali

The technical coordinators for Monaco’s overseas aid projects have been meeting in Monaco this week to discuss their monitoring work and to hear from Gilles Tonelli, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, about the government’s development policies.

The week centred on various workshops to enhance the quality of aid, strengthen links between the teams in Monaco and on the field, and take stock of ongoing projects.

Monaco currently operates technical aid programmes in six countries: Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Tunisia and Burkina Faso, most of them among the poorest nations in Africa.

 

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