Feedbacks on the EAMAU Board of Directors
Christian Philip, General Secretary of Codatu, participated on 28/30 November in the EAMAU Board of Directors held in Cotonou. Accompanied by the Rector Thierry Verdel, Rector of the Senghor University, he was able to present, with Mr.Tchini Kodjo, the pedagogical manager of the master’s degree, to the ministers who make up this board, representatives of the 14 member countries, the results of the master’s degree “Urban mobility in African cities”;
The Council welcomed the success of this training, which led it to call for a feasibility study on the creation of a professional licence. Lastly, the interest in developing short-term continuing training schemes in Lomé and the Member States was mentioned.
In addition, a meeting was held with the Regional Centre for the Sustainable Development of African Cities (Cervida) recently established within the University of Lomé and recognized as a Centre of Excellence by the World Bank. The Cervida will now be the third institution to co-master the course and will be considered a full partner in the training. Students who graduate from the master 1 which will open in the Cervida in the new year 2020 will have privileged access to the master 2 which will remain