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Journalists benefit from Professional training in Dakar
By Youssouph Badji, Member - ANPS

DAKAR, May 5, 2013 - (Please scroll down for French) On the sidelines of the 7th edition of the International Convention for Sport in Africa (CISA), about 40 African journalists benefitted from a media refresher seminar organised by the JAPPO on 2- 3 May 2013 in Dakar.

The Director of Training and Sports Department of Sports Development in Senegal, Alioune Mbaye Diakhaté, presided over the opening ceremony, at the Leopold Sedar Senghor stadium.

Participants from Benin, Congo, Burkina Faso, Gambia and Senegal, went through the two-day training led by  international experts;Mrs. Anna Legnani (Deputy Director of Communications IAAF), Laurent Bagnis (Freelance, France), Eric Falaiseau (CFI) and Sylvain Mornet (France 24).

Legnani shared tips on how to cover some of the Athletics events like the World Championships in and also enlightened the journalists on some of the IAAF programs, accreditation process for press and Television for some of the major athletics events.

The plenary sessions alternated with theory and practical workshops ( for Radio-TV, Print, and photo journalists).

Participants were also briefed by the Olympic Solidarity's head of athletes section Olivier Niamkey on the operation and activities of the structure he leads.

This was the second journalists training session by JAPPO SA for African sports journalists after last years held in Bamako, Mali.

At the end of the seminar, journalists in Dakar were formed a Network of African journalists, who picked Anna Legnani as the godmother. The Senegalese Aïssatou Françoise Seck, a journalist at RTS (public), was appointed President of the Network, whose goal is to find a trading framework to build on the training sessions.

Journalists from Burkina Faso, Congo DRC, Benin and hosts Senegal took part in the training held at the country’s main Stadium.


Stage de JAPPO SA à l’intention d’une quarantaine de journalistes africains

Dakar (Sénégal) – En marge de la 7ème édition de la Convention Internationale du Sport en Afrique (CISA), la Société JAPPO SA a organisé les 2 et 3 mai 2013 à Dakar un séminaire de renforcement de capacités à l’intention d’une quarantaine de journalistes sportifs africains.

Le Directeur de la Formation et du Développement sportif du ministère des Sports du Sénégal, Alioune Diakhaté Mbaye, a présidé la cérémonie d’ouverture, au stade Léopold Sédar Senghor.
Les participants, venus du Bénin, du Congo, du Burkina Faso, de la Gambie et du Sénégal, ont  subi une formation de deux jours, assurée par des experts internationaux.  Il s’agit de Madame Anna Legani (Directrice adjointe de la Communication de l’IAAF), Laurent Bagnis (Freelance, France), Eric Falaiseau (CFI) et Sylvain Mornet (France 24).

Les interventions ont portées sur les Championnats du monde d’athlétisme et les Programmes de l’IAAF, la place de la photo, de l’image, de manière générale dans le journalisme, la couverture des grands événements, les droits de télévision et la couverture des grands événements sportifs.

Les séances plénières ont alterné avec les ateliers thématiques (Radio-TV, Presse écrite, et photo). 
Les participants ont également suivi une communication du responsable des Programmes Athlète de la Solidarité Olympique, Mr Olivier Niamkey, sur le fonctionnement et les actions de la structure qu’il dirige.

C’est la seconde session de formation de ce genre qu’organise JAPPO SA au profit des journalistes sportifs africains, après celle tenue en 2012 à Bamako, au Mali.

A la fin du séminaire, les journalistes présents à Dakar se sont constitués en Réseau international de journalistes africains, pour lequel Anna Legnani de l’IAAF a été désignée marraine. La Sénégalaise Aïssatou Françoise Seck, journaliste à la RTS (publique), a été désignée présidente du Réseau, dont le but est de trouver un cadre d’échange afin de fructifier les sessions de formation.

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