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Chantal Ravera re-elected President of ‘Femmes Leaders Mondiales Monaco’

8 February 2019 - 15h10

At the association’s general assembly held last month, Chantal Ravera was re-elected president of ‘Femmes Leaders Mondiales Monaco’ (Female World Leaders Monaco) for a second three-year term. She had previously been its general secretary.

During the meeting of ‘Femmes Leaders Mondiales Monaco’ held on 7th February at the Maison des Associations the projects for 2019 were discussed. The “Save the hearts of Women” project was renewed, in conjunction with the Cardio-thoracic Centre of Monaco and the Princess Grace Hospital. This project aims to raise awareness for cardiovascular risks among women and gives rise to major initiatives every year, including a gala dinner scheduled for April 4th. On this occasion, the book ‘Dessine-moi un monde’ (Draw Me a World) will be given out. The book is scheduled for release at the Monaco book fair in collaboration with Yvette Cellario. In addition, “Seniors celebrate the Fête de la musique”, a large-scale afternoon-event for seniors gathering several hundred people will take place this year at the Espace Léo-Ferré, on June 13th. Another initiative discussed was the preparation of an adoption manual to answer the questions many people in the Principality have on this subject, according to the association’s officials. But these projects are not the only ones, others were also announced for the coming years.

Noël Mettey

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