During a meeting, organized by the museum in partnership with the Orphelins du Monde association, Aicha Chenna was greeted by the applause of a packed house that sang along the famous song “Aïcha” by Cheb Khaled, brilliantly performed by Moroccan singer Maria Naciri.
Moved by this fervent welcome, the woman with a remarkable career of more than 30 years of struggle to guarantee a dignified life for single mothers, will be again hearing the testimonies delivered on this occasion, welcoming the militancy of Ms. Channa to improve the situation of women in difficult situations and their children.
Moved by this fervent welcome, the one nicknamed spokesman for the “voiceless” will be again hearing the testimonies delivered on this occasion, welcoming the militancy of Ms. Channa to improve the situation of women in difficult situations and their children.
The Moroccan ambassador to Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Mohamed Ameur paid tribute to “an extraordinary lady”, “a woman of heart and conviction” with an “exceptional” trajectory, who has been active for more than half a century to advance the cause of women and children in Morocco.
For him, the tribute paid to Aïcha Chenna also honors the Moroccan woman and the fight she is waging to contribute to the ongoing reform dynamic for “a modernist, progressive and just Morocco”.
Barely relieved of her emotions, Aïcha Chenna willingly shared with the audience her experience and the different stages of her fight, especially since the creation of her Association “Solidarité Féminine” back in 1985.