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A Gathering of PanAfrican Leaders Honoring the
Life Achievement of Former UN Ambassador Andrew Young
PROMETRA International Board Member

August 2014 - PROMETRA International President, Dr. Erick Gbodossou attended,  A Gathering of PanAfrican Leaders Honoring the Life Achievement of Former UN Ambassador Andrew Young held in Washington, DC.  This meeting was a side event to the US Africa Leaders’ Summit convened by US President Barack Obama and the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).  PROMETRA International’s board member, Ambassador Andrew Young was honored by African leaders for his life’s dedication to the continent of Africa and its people.
Photo (l to r)Mr. Lucien Ebata, Chief Executive Officer of Orion Group SA and Publisher of Forbes Afrique;  Ms. Andrea Young, Executive Director of the Andrew J Young Foundation; President of the Republic of Senegal,  His Excellency President Macky Sall and  PROMETRA International President, Dr. Erick Gbodossou

 
Co-chairs  included  the President of the Republic of Senegal,  His Excellency President Macky Sall and Mr. Lucien Ebata, Chief Executive Officer of Orion Group SA and Publisher of Forbes Afrique.  PROMETRA International President, Dr. Erick Gbodossou, Vice President Dr. Virginia Floyd and BOD member Ambassador Andrew Young were able to meet with President Macky Sall and the Senegal delegation to discuss partnership projects to benefit the development of Senegal.














One-On-One With African First Ladies and
Spouses of Heads of State / Government
United Nations General Assembly Side Meeting
Centre for Social Innovation

September 2014 – PROMETRA International Vice President, Dr. Virginia Floyd served as the moderator for the United Nations  General Assembly Side Meeting, Health Care and Education Interventions in Africa – A Conversation of Innovation and Collaboration. The gathering of African First Ladies was convened by the Princess Nikky Breast Cancer Foundation and the TET Foundation.  Program sponsors included Medtronic, VMP Nutrition, Centre for Social Innovation, the Coca Cola Company  and Global Health Strategies. 
 
(l to r) Paurvi Bhatt Sr Director, Global Access Medtronic Philanthropy USA; Yvonne Chakka Chakka UNICEF and Roll Back Malaria Goodwill Ambassador, South Africa; Her Excellency Madame Penehupifo Pohamba First Lady of Namibia; Princess Nikky, Director Princess Nikky Foundation; Virginia Floyd, PROMETRA, Senegal; Keith Fair, VMP Nutrition, USA
The meeting focused on the issues of health and education and the development of effective strategies by the Offices of First Ladies throughout the continent of Africa.  Health presentations were made by Dr. Flavia Bustreo, Assistant Director General Family Health, WHO Switzerland; Anuradha Gupta, Deputy Chief Executive Officer GAVI Alliance, Switzerland; Yvonne Chakka Chakka Performing Artist, Entrepreneur and Humanitarian UNICEF and Roll Back Malaria Goodwill Ambassador and MDG Envoy for Africa, South Africa; Dr. Leslie Mancuso  President & Chief Executive Officer, Jhpiego  USA; Ann McMikel Vice President – Global Partnership and Planning American Cancer Society,  USA. Education presentations were made by Jill Bishop, Director of the TET Foundation, USA  and Thomas Collette Executive Director, Education Innovation Agilix, USA.
 
First ladies and government representatives from Nambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Comoros, Gambia, and Rwanda made presentations on the status of health and education in their individual nations. PROMETRA International and its partners Morehouse School of Medicine and the Andrew J Young Foundation are pleased to support the efforts of the Offices of the African First Ladies.
 

(l to r) First Lady of the Gambia, Her Excellency Madame Zineb Yahaya Jammeh;  First Lady of Namibia Her Excellency Madame Penehupifo Pohamba; First Lady of Tanzania Her Excellency Madame Salma Kikwete















PROMETRA
Meet with The Republic Of Ivory Coast Delegation


October 2014 – PROMETRA International Vice President, Dr. Virginia Floyd and BOD Member Ambassador Andrew Young met with the Republic of Ivory Coast delegation during its visit to Atlanta, GA USA.  The Ivory Coast delegation was led by Prime Minister His Excellency Daniel Kablan Duncan and Ivory Coast Ambassador to the US, His Excellency Daouda Diabaté.  Conversations were held to discuss economic development, the emerging Ebola epidemic and the role of traditional medicine in improving the health and wellbeing of Africa.   The Prime Minister of Ivory Coast on behalf of the Président of the Republic, His Excellency Alassane Ouattara, bestowed upon Ambassador Andrew J Young the national honor of Commandeur de l’Ordre National Award, the nation’s highest civilian honor. Also during the visit, the International University of Grand Bassam launched its US foundation.
Photo (l to r)
Ivory Coast Ambassador to the US His Excellency Daouda Diabaté; Prime Minister His Excellency Daniel Kablan Duncan; Ambassador Andrew J Young; PROMETRA Vice President Dr. Virginia Davis Floyd


 

















PROMETRA Visit the US Embassy in Dakar

December 2013 - PROMETRA International and the Andrew J. Young Foundation visited the US Embassy in Dakar, Senegal to meet with Ambassador Lewis Lukens and USAID Mission Director Susan Fine to discuss partnership opportunities in the areas of food security, micronutrient malnutrition and the development of Africa through the production of safe and efficacious herbal health products.
 
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  Photo (L to R)  Susan Fine, USAID Mission Director -    Andrea Young, CEO AYF – US Ambassador Lewis Lukens - Erick Gbodossou, President PROMETRA International – Virginia Floyd, PROMETRA BOD



 
















 

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PLAIDOYER EN IMMUNISATION: SAUVER LES VIES DES ENFANTS AFRICAINS
 
 

 

 
 
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Depuis 1971, sous l’initiative du Pr. Henry Colomb avec l’appui des Pr. Hervé de Lauture et Paul Corréa, un programme a été lancé pour la réhabilitation des médecines traditionnelles au Sénégal. Ces éminents professeurs ont fait appel à l’expertise de l’étudiant qu’était encore le Dr Erick Gbodossou. Les travaux de terrain ont permis de recenser les guérisseurs dans la région du Sine Saloum d’alors et de la Casamance.
 
PRO.ME.TRA est autant un organisme de Recherche culturelle, de pratique médicale, de diffusion scientifique, qu’un instrument d’intégration africaine et de relations internationales à travers la revalorisation des médecines traditionnelles, des religions anciennes et de la spiritualité universelle.

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Contact au sénégal

PRO.ME.TRA est une Organisation Internationale ayant pour objectif général de promouvoir les Médecines Traditionnelles et de tisser les liens entre les cultures à travers le monde.

 
Dr Erick V.A GBODOSSOU, Président
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