Amina Priscille Longoh, a 29-years-old Chadian who is a journalist with keen interest in humanitarianism, has been appointed by Chad’s President, Idriss Deby as the Country’s Minister of Women and Protection of Children.
Longoh is the Founder of Chad Helping Hands which focuses in Chad is on helping people meet their basic needs – so that they can then focus on building a better future for themselves and their families.
Given that Chad is one of the poorest countries in Africa, people have suffered a lot here as a result of recent wars as well as the geographical location – in the Sahel desert – makes life tough.
Media sources have attested that Longoh’s appointment has followed from her many recognized social impacts in her country which stems from her platform, Tchad Helping Hand.
Running impacting activities under this platform prone her to the public as the impact has been visible. It gave her the chance to be called and heard by the country’s respectable officials. She has been able to share her vision with Chad, French and Egyptian First Ladies.
Congratulations to Her!