Media and health
The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDG) outlined by the United Nations continue to occupy too small a place on the screens of CFI partners who consider these issues as a difficult challenge to bring to television screens.
Since 2009, CFI has continued to establish an expert offer in health, by creating partnerships with key stakeholders in the field, such as the IRD and by experimenting with appropriate activities, likely to become increasingly effective in years to come.
Results : 4
CFI is supporting World AIDS day (1 December 2012) with a special programme on health, hygiene and nutrition, featuring five 13-minute reports produced as part of a CFI training course led by scientific journalist Sylvie Sargueil and editor and director David Kleinman.
Like every year, CFI joined forces against this global epidemic and took the opportunity of this World Day to strengthen its support with African media in their missions of creating awareness towards their public.
CFI, in partnership with UNESCO, has organised an initial training session from 25th to 29th July in Brazzaville for the composition of topics on the theme of AIDS.
À l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de lutte contre le SIDA, le 1er décembre 2010, CFI mobilise 83 télévisions africaines dans 45 pays en leur proposant 3 programmes.