Aminetou Bilal


Graduate of the Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech in Geosciences and currently in Master1 environment and climate change at the Mauritanian Institute of Training, Studies and Research for Development (IMFERD). Youth member of the G5 Sahel participating in the meeting with the High Representative of the European Union Mrs. Federica Mogherini and Foreign Ministers of the G5 Sahel countries in Bamako (Mali) in June 2017. Independent consultant, ambassador for the African Youth Leadership Summit (AYLS) in Mauritania.

Aminetou is passionate about environmental issues, selected in October 2015 to participate in the training workshop on Climate Change organized by the International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF) in Libreville. She also participated in November 2016 at COP22 and COY12 in Morocco (Marrakech) Aminetou was invited as a speaker to give a presentation on awareness raising techniques for young Africans at COP22 at the “Adaptation of African agriculture” stand at the Startup.info contest. At the beginning of 2017, she launched a virtual campaign via Facebook to denounce the insalubrity in the form of hashtag #SelfieMbalite in Mauritania. Currently president of the NGO Selfie Mbalite that campaigns for the protection of the environment and promotes the ecological development of Mauritania.
She was selected To take part of the 4th African-European Youth Summit in Abidjan. She is also a fellow To the AU-EU Youth Plug-In Initiative (YPII), YPII is a project initiated by the European Union and the African Union, lead by 36 Youth Fellows representing both continents and the diaspora.

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