Conclave of soninkées associations of France: When the useful joins the fun!



In the presence of an immense crowd that took place Saturday, January 11, 2014 in Villetaneuse (93) meet the soninkées associations France . This high mass , organized by the association tea form discussion , was a first in the history of the community . Young and old, men and women of all socio -professional categories came in numbers to a single goal: to advocate soninkée .

This was the ideal opportunity to take stock on the balance sheet and prospects of these associations since their existence . This face- to-face opportunity for representatives of different associations to learn about the projects and achievements but also of the operating mechanism of each others . He also served '' '' intercultural exchange , sharing of tools and best practices in the management of community projects .

Several associations have responded to this call and have actively participated in this obviously rich and exciting debate. It was like a seminar or convention large companies given the content of the exchange and the large scope of projects and achievements.

The debate, no doubt , was rich and varied , both by the quality of its content and the speakers and facilitators. In this case Thierno Tandia APS , Cheikhna Mahamadou Wagué of and Romuald Dzomoncongo GRDR Needless to say, it was difficult to arrive at the end of different themes, such trade was exciting and fruitful.

Among the main themes , one notes the genesis of soninkées associations in France , functioning organization , achievements and balances , and finally perspectives considered. The debate has created , but also to strengthen the fledgling union, thus contributing to the smooth running of the operation of these associations. Associations that had a real need for such meetings to sit somehow their autonomy in their operation and organization.

Then comes the crucial phase of the debate, the face- to-face , tea - debate that will permit association representatives to create a certain atmosphere and proximity to relate them , just to get their hands on lines adopted by each other to promote their mode of action .

Thus were drawn over the positive discussions points that have been used to alert the benefit of these statutes and informal associations should now seek to break with this antiquated system that has long paralyzed their approach.

Besides these ambitious projects and achievements , the actors looked at another aspect of the debate , namely the desertion of parents vis-à- vis their offspring. There is no need to be a social specialist to see the plight of children from immigrant families in France : lack of supervision , carelessness, school failure , and poor living conditions ...

Indeed, the conclusion is clear , projects and accomplishments usually benefit only villages of origin of the members of these associations, while the situation of their own offspring in France went into oblivion .

Abdoulaye Bocar DIAGANA