Ivory Coast-AIP/The super prize in the media production competition on pediatric HIV won by a journalist from the national Catholic radio – AIP

Abidjan, June 15, 2024 (AIP) – The editor-in-chief of national Catholic radio, Solange Ablan Silué, won the super prize of the media production competition on pediatric HIV on Thursday June 13, 2024, during a ceremony organized in Abidjan-Plateau by the Network of media, arts and sports professionals engaged in the promotion of health and the environment (REPMASCI).

Initiated by REPMASCI with the technical and financial support of the National AIDS Fund (FNLS), the jury of this competition, after an initial screening, selected six nominees, including five radio applications and one application from the written press. , won by Fatou Sylla from the daily Fraternité Matin.

The president of the board of directors of REPMASCI, Bintou Sanogo, explained the principle of this theme on pediatric HIV which “invites media people to take an interest in this subject which is more or less neglected, while this pathology continues to be particularly prevalent among very young children and adolescents. It was necessary to highlight +the heroism+ of parents and children carrying or affected, and of course, scientific advances. We encourage journalists to participate for future editions.”“As a national body for mobilizing resources to make them available for the fight against AIDS, we are happy with this partnership with REPMASCI. We all know that other themes will be addressed in the coming years. The fight against AIDS concerns everyone, and the media have a big part to play,” said the director of the FNLS, Ms. Flore Natalie Sokouri – Kotchy, who received the honorary prize at the Health Awards.

During this ceremony, a dozen personalities from the world of media, academia and health received ‘Health Awards’ for their involvement in the advancement of health and the fight against AIDS in Côte d’Ivoire. ‘Ivory.

(AIP)

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