Eastern and Southern African Management Institute | 19 June 2019
Jessie Esparon elected chairperson of Esami
Jessie Esparon has been elected chairperson of the governing board of Esami (Eastern and Southern African Management Institute).
Her election took place at the 84th Esami governing board meeting held in Livingstone, Zambia on June 14, 2019.
She will hold the post for a period of two years.
President Danny Faure has congratulated Mrs Esparon on her election to the post, saying that it demonstrates her hard work as the head of the Seychelles Public Service, and her active contribution for many years on the board of Esami.
As a member of Esami, Seychelles benefits from open training programmes, research and consultancies, free HRD in country training programmes, support for tertiary studies and any other specific assistance required.
Esami is a pan-African regional management development centre with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania. It is owned by 10 member states namely Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Namibia, Mozambique, Swaziland, Seychelles and Zimbabwe.
Esami also has established offices in nine of its member states.