The Minister for Social Affairs and Gender Equality, Maria Consuelo Nguema Owana, oversaw on 27th May the accompaniment meeting with parents and tutors, through the APA structure. Through this the aim is that parents and tutors have the opportunity to speak to professionals regarding their concerns and challenges with regards to the education of their children.
The ceremony took place at the Rey Malabo Institute, and was attended by the Minister for Justice, Salvador Ondo, the Deputy Minister from the Ministry for the Interior and Local Corporations, Fidel Nsue, the Vice-Minister for Social Affairs, Pastora Ntutumu, an Adviser from the Ministry for Information, press and Radio, and the United Nations Representative, among other authorities.
The ceremony began with words from the Director of the Rey Malabo Institute, who revealed to the parents the reason for the meeting. After that, they heard a speech from the Minister for Social Affairs, who pointed out the importance of the project, and underlined that the ministry had seen the need to design this programme so that parents and tutors could have the opportunity to speak to professionals regarding their concerns and challenges in relation to the education of their children.
She concluded by saying that the successful implementation of this programme depended on us all, particularly on the schools and the parents. For that reason she encouraged all centres to notify the ministry of the days and times set for APA meetings.
Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office