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Ebola : The Press Group Les Afriques calls for the mobilization of African media
Publié le 20/10/2014 à 10:32
“For several weeks, I have been dismayed to note the evolution of the Ebola epidemic, which the United States has just been described as a major event as worrisome as AIDS at the time of its emergence. If we are not careful, this pandemic which has killed 3,000 across all continents since January, could easily slow, or even dramatically terminate the decades of economic and social recovery efforts across Africa.
No African can sit back with their arms crossed! To accede to observers who say that we overestimate or over-publicize disease would be suicide and irresponsible to our constituents. Thus, the ensemble of editorial teams of Les Afriques agree to appeal to our colleagues, particularly in Africa, to launch the campaign “Ebola, danger... We must be vigilant".
We will henceforth publish a weekly banner with this slogan. This tag will also be visible on the website www.lesafriques.com until Africa and the world puts an end to this plague. We ask of you to reprint this message across available platforms (print, web, radio, TV, social networks...)."
Mr. Abderrazzak Sitail, Publication Director
More informations : www.lesafriques.com
Les Afriques is a weekly publication on African economics and politics. It became the first pan-African financial and business newspaper in 2007, and is available in most European and African francophone countries.
Aiming to “counter-balance the European perspective of Africa,” the newspaper Les Afrique is set up across three offices in Alger, Casablanca and Dakar. It maintains a network of correspondents and experts on African and International economic and financial centers.
The journal Les Afriques is intended for all actors of the African economy who play a role in the globalization and economic integration of the continent.
Key figures :
Total circulation: 23,000 ex. (including 10,000 Morocco)
Format: Tabloid (approx. A3)
Distribution: Kiosks in Africa and Francophone Europe, postal subscriptions, delivery, web PDF
New: 2000 copies each week in Business Class on Brussels Airlines, Royal Air Morocco, Air Algeria and soon on Air Senegal.
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