Originally from Niger, Fati N'Zi-Hassane announced on 4 November on her social networks that she has taken up her position as Africa Director of Oxfam International, a global movement of people fighting against inequality to end poverty and injustice.
"I am delighted to be joining this great feminist and decolonial organisation, committed to the fight against all inequalities. One of my priorities will be to bring the voice of Africa within the Oxfam Confederation and beyond," said Fati N'Zi-Hassane.
In West Africa in particular, Oxfam works directly with over 1.6 million people, mostly . . .
La suite est réservée aux abonnés. Déjà abonné? Connectez-vous