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Kadre Desire Ouedraogo

President

ECOWAS

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ECOWAS

Abuja, Abuja Federal Capital Territory,

Nigeria

Company Description

Le Hub Rural est une plateforme au service des acteurs (Etats, organisations intergouvernementales, organisations de la société civile,organisation de producteurs, partenaires au développement) du développement agricole et rural, et de la sécuri...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

Economic Community of West African States Commission


Ambassador for the Netherlands

Burkinabé


Prime Minister

Burkina Faso


Affiliations

Parliament

Elected Member


ECOWAS

Deputy Executive Secretary


Web References(141 Total References)


07/07/2012 to 20/07/2012 - China Africa News

chinaafricanews.com [cached]

Kadre Ouedraogo, head of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), told Xinhua on Monday that African leaders were eager to open new offices in China as African economies continue benefiting from China's growth.


ECOWAS kicks as military overthrows Malian government | Citizen Confidential

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President of the ECOWAS Commission, Désiré Kadré Ouedraogo said in Abuja that the was deeeply concern and disappointed at the announced overthrow of the Government of the Republic of Mali led by Amadou Toumani Touré in the early hours of 22 March 2012, and its replacement by a military junta of junior officers, the National Committee for the Rectification of Democracy and the Restoration of the State (CNRDR), led by Captain Amadou Aya Sanogo.


News | Citizen Confidential | Page 135

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The new President of the ECOWAS Commission, Ambassador Kadre Desire Ouedraogo, arrived Abuja on Monday, 27th February 2012 to assume duty, ten days after his appointment by regional leaders... Read more


News Archives | Ghana

www.ghanaembassy.org [cached]

Mr Kadre Desire Ouedraogo, President of the ECOWAS Commission said the theme for the forum should set the tone for countries to be forward-looking as they reflect on the question of how well they wish the geo-extractives sector to further enhance countries' collective well-being.
"We possess vast potentials in terms of our natural resources, which when properly harnessed, can enhance the well-being of our people. We should therefore, capitalise on this market-enabling image to optimise the potential benefit presented by the mining, petroleum and energy sectors." Mr Ouedraogo said the extractive sector in the ECOWAS countries should be develop in such a way that it lead to economic boom of the region and increased industrialisation while creating more jobs to alleviate poverty. He asked participants to discuss how activities in the geo-extractive sector could be harnessed to benefit the average citizens in the region and the broader society.


ECOWAS: John Mahama calling for peaceful elections in Nigeria | Africa Top Success

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For his part, the chairman of the ECOWAS commission, Désiré Kadré Ouédraogo, underlined that it is essential "for all the political actors to avoid speeches of hatred or any action likely to arouse the violence".


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