First Lady of Sierra Leone, Fatima Bio met with the First Lady of Iran, Dr. Jamileh-Sadat Alamolhodat and held a discussion on education, child protection and the preservation of religious values.

This meeting took place on the sideline of the 78th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.

The meeting was marked by discussions on a wide range of topics, including education, child protection, and the preservation of religious values.

The First Lady of Sierra Leone shared the experience on her social media handle saying that they engaged in constructive dialogue about issues of mutual interest and explored avenues for collaboration. The Sierra Leone First Lady and Dr. Alamolhoda spoke passionately about the importance of education in empowering individuals and promoting societal development. They also stressed the significance of safeguarding children’s rights and ensuring their well-being.

The meeting also roamed around Religious values and the preservation of cultural heritage which were also key areas of focus during the meeting.

The two esteemed First Ladies emphasized the importance of upholding religious values while fostering an environment of tolerance and understanding.

At the end of the meeting, Dr. Alamolhoda extended an invitation to the First Lady of Sierra Leone. The invitation entails hosting Dr. Bio in Iran for an upcoming religious conference in the coming weeks. This event is expected to bring together Muslim First Ladies from around the world, fostering exchange and cooperation among nations.