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About Tabara Ndiaye

Tabara Ndiaye is a programme consultant with New Field Foundation, working with rural women’s associations in French-speaking West Africa. She is a qualified teacher, and from 1999-2005 she acted as a founding member and communications officer for Usoforal, a group promoting women’s solidarity for peace in the Casamance region of Senegal where she grew up. She has also managed an education program for young students on family planning and reproductive health, and worked with students on civic action projects to identify and influence a public policy  within their communities

 

Articles by Tabara Ndiaye

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Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Post conflict reconstruction: ask the women farmers

Twenty years of conflict has destroyed the social fabric of Casamance. The only way to re-instate security and eradicate famine in an area once known as the bread-basket of Senegal is to ask the women farmers, says Tabara Ndiaye

La reconstruction post-conflit: il faut demander aux agricultrices

Vingt ans de conflit ont détruit le tissu social en Casamance. Le seul mode de rétablir la sécurité et d’éradiquer la famine dans une zone qui fut considérée autrefois comme le grenier du Sénégal c’est de demander aux agricultrices, dit Tabara Ndiaye

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