Teningnini was born and raised in Ouelessebougou, Mali. She has worked for the Alliance since 2000 and plays a significant role in facilitating our programs. Teningnini works directly with Village Health Workers and Education Councils in order to fulfill the work of the Alliance and ultimately influence change in village communities. She trains the villages’ Health Matrons and Apprentices in areas of sanitation, nutrition and disease prevention. Teningnini supervises the Alliance’s Days for Girls micro-enterprise at the OA compound and educates thousands of women and girls on women’s health education and feminine hygiene solutions. She also makes necessary preparations for annual medical expeditions and helps facilitate access to specialized health care. Teningnini and her husband Leonce live in Ouelessebougou. She is the mother of three daughters.
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