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Delphine Zanga Tsogo

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Delphine Zanga Tsogo
Member of the National Assembly of Cameroon (en) Fassara


minister of social affairs (en) Fassara


Minister of Public Health of Cameroon (en) Fassara

Rayuwa
Haihuwa Lomié (en) Fassara, 21 Disamba 1935
ƙasa Kameru
Mutuwa Yaounde, 16 ga Yuli, 2020
Karatu
Harsuna Faransanci
Sana'a
Sana'a ɗan siyasa da marubuci
Employers Majalisar Ɗinkin Duniya
Kyaututtuka

Delphine Zanga Tsogo (Disamba 21, 1935 - Yuli 16, 2020) [1] marubuciya 'yar Kamaru ce, 'yar fafutukar kare hakkin mata kuma 'yar siyasa. Ta yi aiki a majalisar dokokin ƙasar daga shekarun 1965 zuwa 1972. Sunan aurenta Tsanga.[2]

Tarihin Rayuwa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An haife ta a Lomié kuma ta yi karatu a Douala, sannan ta ci gaba da karatun aikin jinya a Toulouse, Faransa. Ta koma Kamaru a shekarar 1960, tana aikin jinya a asibitoci daban-daban. A cikin shekarar 1964, an zaɓe ta shugabar Majalisar Matan Kamaru ta ƙasa. Daga shekarun 1970 zuwa 1975 ta yi aiki a matsayin mataimakiyar ministar lafiya da walwalar jama'a. Daga shekarar 1975 zuwa 1984 ta kasance ministar harkokin zamantakewar ƙasar Kamaru.[3]

Ta yi aiki a matsayin shugabar majalisar gudanarwa na Cibiyar Bincike da Horarwa ta Majalisar Ɗinkin Duniya don Ci gaban Mata, da kuma shugabar Comité Régional Africain de Coordination pour l'Intégration des Femmes au Développement. kuma mataimakiyar shugaban majalisar mata ta duniya. An ba ta suna zuwa ga National Order of Merit Faransa.[3]

A cikin shekarar 1983, ta rubuta littafinta na farko Vies de Femmes (Rayuwar Mata). Wannan ya biyo bayan L'Oiseau en keji (The Caged Bird) a shekara mai zuwa.[4]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. Nécrologie : Delphine Tsanga n’est plus (in French)
  2. "Delphine Zanga Tsogo". University of Western Australia.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Mme Tsanga Delphine". Elections Cameroon. Archived from the original on 2015-08-01. Retrieved 2015-02-18.
  4. Gikandi, Simon (2003). Encyclopedia of African Literature. Routledge. pp. 815–16. ISBN 1134582234.