The training of the “Civil Service” class (2021-2022), which consists of International Development Cycle (CIP) and French Executives Higher Development Cycle students, ended last July.
The International Development Cycle (CIP) 41 students, representing 24 nations from Africa, America, Asia and Europe, have completed their course after eight (08) months of training beginning in December 2021.
Three Ivorian civil servants graduated from the International Further Education Course. This is the International Diploma in Public Administration.ENA of the France and a Master 2 degree from Sciences Po Strasbourg.
These are Judge of the Court of Accounts Bosso Jean François Xavier, Onna Monnet Didier, Head of Financial Services, Koné Mamadou, Deputy Director of SAMU Administrative and Financial Services and Head of Financial Services, Head of the Core Monitoring Service for Community Data. at the General Directorate of Economy.
All students of the promotion received their diplomas from INSP Director Maryvonne Le Brignonen on July 21, 2022, in the presence of their classmates, family and guests of honor.
Maurice Kouakou Bandaman, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Ivory Coast, who did not attend the ceremony France He was represented by Minister-Advisor Coulibaly N’Gala Martine, Head of the Embassy’s Student and Scientific Cooperation Department, though he still had his three compatriots as audience the next day.
He sent warm congratulations to the graduates and urged them to put their newly acquired skills at the service of Ivory Coast’s economic and social development.
Since January 1, 2022,ENA of the France changed its name to the National Institute of Civil Service (INSP). We also note that this CIP promotion is the last one.ENA of the France and the first of INSP.
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