Saturday 16th September, at the Azalaï Hotel in Abidjan-Marcory, was held a Gala Dinner to reward the winners of the 3535 Francophone Youth Innovation Award, recognizing young francophones aged 18 to 35 who have made exceptional achievements during the year.
Selected from over 400 applications from thirty-seven countries, 35 young winners are among those whose achievements have been most significant and which should benefit from visibility and support both in the French-speaking world and everywhere else in the world .
At the end of the ceremony, it was the Haitian journalist Michel Joseph who won the 2017 Super Prize of the Young Francophone http://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-21734-icihaiti-society-a-haitian-finalist-at-the-2nd-edition-of-the-prix-jeunesse-3535.html
Recall that Michel Joseph began his career as a journalist in 2010. 7 years later, he became one of the best reporters in Haiti. He is interested in the social phenomena that corrode society and their consequences on the way of life of the population.
Very moved to receive his Super Prize, Michel Joseph did not fail to remind that it is up to everyone to dare and to be the key to the change that he wants to see operate in his community.