Who I am
I have been working for journalism for about five years, a profession I have loved since I was a young woman.
After completing a Master’s degree in Journalism and Sociology Studies, I began my career as a journalist on National Radio in Mali in 2013, where I had 18 months of internships to qualify.
At the end of this course, which allowed me to increase my experience in radio and journalism, in November 2014 I began to become a journalist for Les Echos, the first news newspaper in Mali. So I was able to start a journalistic career, too, in the press, where I was entrusted with various complex themes, sensitizations or topics very close to the population. I am very proud to work for Les Echos because it is one of the most read newspapers in Mali and its line is to denounce the abuse of power to which its readers have been exposed, playing a decisive role in the struggle for the birth of a democratic society in Mali.
My work for the Proteja project
Proteja – Projet pour le travail et l’emploi des jeunes africains– REG/ENGIM/10733/7