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IDUAI in Burundi: Journalists demand cooperation for public information

09-29-2017 While the world celebrates the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) on September 28th, some Burundian journalists demand access to information and equal treatment. The ministry of information says journalists are well and equally treated. Some Burundian journalists face problems related to information access. They say they (...)
' Journalists concentrated on the elaboration of the media action                plan to raise people’s awareness of HIV/AIDS

UNAIDS National Plan for 2016-2021: Journalists pledge to sensitize people to AIDS testing

12-13-2016 “About 800 health centers have been created in the country to test AIDS, but few people come to benefit from the advantages offered by those health centers”, says Richard Manirakiza, deputy director of the National Program for fight against HIV and Sexually Transmitted Diseases –PNLS/IST. This was said on (...)
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“Raising woman voices to media”

01-03-2014 Female journalists from the Great Lakes Region working in media have gathered to create a network for freely voicing and expressing women issues.-By Yves Didier Irakoze The network was created in partnership with Search for Common Ground an NGO operating in Burundi, Burundian Women Journalists Association (AFJO), Rwandan Women (...)
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Journalists trained by Regional Media Training Project “PIGISTE” have got certificates

10-01-2013 This 20th September 2013 at “Chez André Restaurant” in Bujumbura has taken place the closing of the Great Lakes Regional Media Training Project PIGISTE of radio journalists run for 4 years (2009-2013) – By Yves Didier Irakoze According to Bettina Haasen, Technical Counselor of the German NGO EIRENE GL (...)