Tchonté Silué is an Ivorian blogger and social entrepreneur involved in education. She loves books and dreams of changing the Ivory Coast education system.
Through the four-part conversation curated by Eyala, Tchonté Silué talks about her childhood characterised by her love for books, conversion to Islam, and how she started to blog. She describes her efforts on creating Centre Eulis, a study and reading space in Ivory Coast aiming to promote reading among young people. And, expands on the power of collective action and her goals for children and young people’s education in the Ivory Coast.
This is a summary of the conversation.