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iciHaiti - Society : A Haitian finalist at the 2nd edition of the Prix Jeunesse 3535
06/08/2017 10:27:09

iciHaiti - Society : A Haitian finalist at the 2nd edition of the Prix Jeunesse 3535
The Association 3535 with the help of the French Institute network and the Abidjan School of Business (ESCA) has just announced in Abidjan the laureates of the 2nd edition of the Prix Jeunesse 3535, which recognizes 35 inspiring young francophones aged 18 to 35 with outstanding achievements in their communities.

The award ceremony will take place on September 16, 2017 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast in the presence of decision makers of the Francophone world to reveal the Super Prize of the Young Francophone of the Year and to present a trophy to each Laureate. This event will be preceded on September 15 by "La Nuit Francophone de l'Inspiration", an event where several laureates will come to talk about their journeys and their accomplishments with the general public.

Among the 35 young laureates, there is a Haitian, Michel Joseph 29, he started in the profession of journalist in 2010 and is considered today as one of the best reporters in Haiti. As a journalist Reporter, he uses his microphone to influence and contribute to the improvement of the lives of others. He is interested in the social phenomena that corrode society and their consequences on the Haitian population.

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