Phase 1: Exchange with the presidents of the university residences, class representatives, community presidents and presidents of ENSEA student associations.
The Management of ENSEA of Abidjan calls its students to collective and individual responsibility in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under the chairmanship of Dr. Hugues KOUADIO, Director of ENSEA accompanied by the Director of Studies, the school doctor and the doctor of the university residences, a meeting of information and exchange was held on Monday, July 20, 2020 in the amphitheater of the establishment from 09h to 11h with the presidents of the university residences, presidents of student associations and class representatives.
With the national measure concerning the deconfinement of the greater Abidjan, the management of ENSEA of Abidjan invites student spokespersons to bring information on the protocol established by the administration to the effect to adopt the right approach and good conduct both in the university residence, school, family and traffic.
In his speech, the Director of ENSEA invited students to comply with sanitary hygiene measures and reassured them of the measures taken by the management for adequate academic support.
The Director of Studies, Mr. KOUAKOU N’Goran Jean Arnaud in responding to the various academic concerns of students, also encouraged them to get closer to the doctors of the school and the university residences in case of difficulties.
Dr BOKA Joël BOKA, a doctor from the residences, reminded the arrangements to be made in the said residences, especially during study hours. He emphasized the compulsory wearing of a mask (nose mask), hand washing or the use of hydroalcoholic gel, the respect of a distance of at least one meter.
As for the institution’s doctor, Dr. KOUAKOU Kouamé gave a history of pandemics in the world before encouraging students to use their health record during medical visits. In the management of this health crisis, the ENSEA doctor recommends the application of barrier measures while avoiding the publication of messages related to stigmatization.
The other steps in raising awareness of the fight against COVID-19 will concern ENSEA staff and visitors.