Résolution de l’Union des Femmes Francophones d’Océanie 2016 a Port Vila

 

«Si vous ne savez pas d’où vous venez, vous ne saurez pas où vous allez »*

L’Union des Femmes Francophones d’Océanie, regroupant les femmes  de Vanuatu, de Nouvelle-Calédonie, de Wallis et Futuna et de Polynésie française,  s’est engagée en 2011 à :

-  faire valoir elle-même sa  capacité à promouvoir l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes dans le respect des valeurs océaniennes

-  briser l’isolement géographique dans sa région à majorité anglophone

- plaider les problèmes de genre des pays et  territoires francophones d’Océanie dans les instances  régionales et internationales.

Depuis sa création, l’UFFO a tenu annuellement des réunions sous forme d’ateliers pour débattre de sujets différents qui touchent aux valeurs et condition de la femme.

Les voix des femmes francophones d’Océanie ont fait écho

auprès des autorités politiques et coutumières sur le sol vanuatais.

L’UFFO a tenu sa 7e rencontre régionale du 29 août au 2 septembre 2016, sur la terre d’Efate au Vanuatu National Convention Centre de  Port Vila, mis gracieusement à sa disposition par le Gouvernement de la République du Vanuatu.

Le  thème  de l’atelier s’intitule : « Les violences à l’encontre des femmes». Les décisions actées par l’UFFO sont les suivantes :


Three groups of the members of the parliament

Following the recent move on Tuesday 12th April 2017 by three groups of the members of the parliament, the opposition lead by UMP member of parliament of Port Vila, Ishmael Kalsakau could ended up with 5 MPs. Reliable source within the opposition said that there are three more MPs who will joint soon the coalition government of Prime Minister Charlot Salwai. The source said the 3 MPs will joint their mother parties which are already in the government. At the the moment in the opposition, there are Mr Kalsakau, MP Sato Kilman from the MPP, MP Don Ken from People Service Party, MP Joshua Kalsakau from VLP, MP Jack Norris from the UMP, MP Osea Nevu from Yauko Group, MP Samsen Samson from Nagriamel and an Independent MP from Luganville constituency, Mark Ati. The MPs of the opposition who joined the government on Tuesday this week are William Albert, Fred Taso and Ephraim Kalsakau from U-Bloc, MP Seule from Green, 2 MPs from National Party, Christophe Emmelee and Jack Wona. The 6 MPs make reconciliation with mats to Mr Salwai to joint his government. They switched from the opposition to the government on the afternoon but in the morning, the minister of public utilities, Jotham Napat presented 3 MPs from the Yauko to the Prime Minister Salwai. MP Jay Ngwele, said that they have very difficult to keep staying in the opposition and now they have decide to join the government. He said that they have realized that the current government have done a lot of developments to benefit the people in the islands.


PM Salwai, ol Vanuatu diplomat mo sinia ofisiol

Tankio tumas lo invitation blo save stap wetem yufala lo napa 6 Heads of Missions meeting, wei Ministry hemi stap organisem. Tankio too lo opportunity blo save mekem wan smol tok-tok.

Mi also wantem joenem Chairman wei hemi semtaem Minista blo Foren Affea blo welcome ol Ambassadors, High Commissioners mo ol Consul General bak lo kaontri blo yumi.

Tankio tumas blo yufala save mekem every effort blo stap wetem yumi lo this important time. Kafman hemi acknowledgem bikfala wok wei yufala istap mekem blo representem kaontri blo yumi raon lo wol. Kafman hemi commendem yufala lo dedicasen mo comitmen blo yufala lo important responsibility wei yufala stap mekem lo behaf blo nation blo yumi.


Salwai, ol minista, ol ofisiol mo ol atlet

Long namba 11 April 2017, Prime Minista Charlot Salwai hemi fervelem 100 atlet blong Vanuatu blong go tekem moa trening long China from Vanuatu Games 2017. Ferwel kakae blong olgeta, hemi bin tekem ples long National Convention Centre long Port Vila. Hemia nao, hemi tok tok blong PM Salwai:

Minister of Youth Development, Sport and Training and your colleague ministers and honourable members of Parliament, Your excellencies Ambassador of China and Lord Mayor of Port Vila City, Government Senior Officers, President of VASANOC and your Presidents of sporting federations, representatives of business houses and community, invited guests, ladies, gentlemen and athletes of the Vanuatu-China Sport Exchange programme, Good afternoon to you all.



PM and EU

Prime Minister Charlot Salwai met with Director General for International Cooperation and Development at the European Commission, Stefano Manservisi on Sunday.

Mr Manservisi spent few hours in Port Vila on his route for New Caledonia for his official visit. While in Port Vila, he met Mr Salwai in PM Office. He was accompanied with Jobst Von Kirchmann who is the head of Unit at DEVCO in charge of Development Coordination for Centrale Asia, Middle East , Gulf, Pacific and Global Asia initiatives, Julian Wilson, Head of Division t the European External Action Service in charge of relations with Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, Ambassador Leonidas Tazapsidis who is head of EU delegation to Vanuatu but based in Solomon Islands and Ambassador.

Mr Manservisi had lunch with Mr Salwai, Deputy Prime Minister, Joe Natuman, Minister of Agriculture, Matai Seremaiah and other government senior officials before he left for New Caledonia.

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