May 13, 2021

Opening of the academic year 2021-2023 at CIESPAC.

The Inter-State Center for Higher Education in Public Health of Central Africa, has opened today, the academic year 2021-2023. This solemn ceremony was presided over by the Minister of Planning, Statistics and Regional Integration Ingrid Olga Ghislaine Ebouka-Babackas in the presence of the Diplomatic Corps of the Cemac member countries, including the Counselor-Charge d’Affaires of the Equatorial Guinea Diplomatic Mission Hermegildo Madiba Bolopa.

A minute of silence for the death of the Chadian president, the singing of the Cemac anthem and the presentation of the new students; have been the first sequences of the meeting. After the words of the General Director of Ciespac, Professor Jean Marie Tebeu and the opening speech of the Minister of Planning, Statistics and Regional Integration Ingrid Olga Ghislaine Ebouka-Babackas. The two speakers have pointed out the importance that the governments of the Cemac area agree to the training of human resources so that there is a regional health system with qualified personnel.

For this new promotion, Equatorial Guinea is present with five medical students who will be trained in various specialties in Public health for two consecutive years, the scholarships have been offered by the Equatorial Guinean Ministry of Health and fully financed by the economic and Monetary community of Central Africa. During the Ceremony, Hermenegildo Madiba Bolopa appealed to Equatoguinean students to discipline and respect the rules of the center, for quality learning there must be coordination between the teacher and the speaker, and to achieve a goal there are two important factors: effort and the will. Source: Press Attaché.

Embassy of the Republic of Ecuatorial Guinea in Congo Brazzaville