Social

Local employment and feminization at the heart of CNA Mauritania's social policy

Feminization
of positions

96%
of Mauritanian
employees in 2021

Support
of organizations and associations

Mauritanization

CNA Mauritania has been implementing a Mauritanization plan since 2013 to demonstrate our commitment to participate in local economic and social development through the promotion of national and regional workers, in particular via the village of Chami near the site.

CNA Mauritania is proud to have more than 96% Mauritanian employees and aims to further increase this percentage.  

Feminization

Since its inception, CNA Mauritania has promoted the feminization of its positions by recruiting women from neighbouring villages to encourage their integration into the workforce and by allowing them to have access to flexible working hours.

Since its inception, CNA Mauritania has considerably increased its number of female recruitments and is committed to providing professional opportunities to its female employees, on a basis of equal recruitment and with equal competence. 

Voluntary organizations and associations

CNA Mauritania supports voluntary organizations and local associations, in particular through its membership in the association Fondation des Amis du Lycée Français.

CNA Mauritania supports disadvantaged students by funding their studies at the French School until they graduate, so that they can continue their education in France.

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