Posted by: africanpressorganization | 6 April 2009

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CRISIS / EUROPE / PRESS CONFERENCE / CRISIS: EU SUPPORT DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

 

BRUSSELS, Kingdom of Belgium, April 6, 2009/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The Director General for Development of the European Commission, Mr. Stefano MANSERVISI, will hold a press videoconference regarding the European Union support for developing countries in crisis.

 

Developing countries are severely hit by the global economic crisis. The EU Commission helps with a support package.

 

What is it about?  How much money is in there? Which countries will benefit of this support?

 

ASK YOUR QUESTIONS THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCE

 

WHO : Stefano MANSERVISI, Director General for Development of the European Commission

 

WHEN : April, 8 – 16H30 (Paris time)

 

LANGUAGES : English, Français, Italian

 

HOW DOES IT WORK : This service is FREE and requires simply the use of a computer connected to Internet. If you don’t have a microphone and loudspeakers, or a head-microphone, you can use the tchat :  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Press_videoconferencing

 

APPLICATION : http://www.apo-opa.org/contactvideoconf/contact_video_conf_1.html?vc=EU

 

 

This press videoconference is organized by the African Press Organization (www.apo-opa.org), in partnership with  Panapress, The International Federation of Journalists, and PressVideoconference (www.pressvideoconference.com), the world leader in press videoconference.

 

CONTACT :

  • European Commission : Marlene HOLZNER / Press Officer for Development / + 32 498 982 280 / Marlene.HOLZNER@ec.europa.eu
  • African Press Organization : Marie-Noëlle SAMAKE / +41 22 534 96 97 / +33 661 797 718 / sec.sg@apo-opa.org

     

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VISIOCONFERENCE DE PRESSE DE M. MANSERVISI

 

LISTE DES MEDIAS ET DES ORGANISATIONS ACCREDITES

(Liste au 7 avril à 20H00 GMT)

 

MEDIAS :

 

1.      Africa International – France

2.      Afrik.com – France

3.      Afrique Agriculture – Algérie

4.      Afrique Agriculture – Cameroun

5.      Agence Burundaise de Presse – Burundi

6.      Agence d’information du Burkina – Burkina Faso

7.      Al Alam El Youm – Egypt

8.      Al Jazeera – United Kingdom

9.      ALMASSA – Maroc

10.  Al-Watwan – Comoros

11.  AMACONSULTING / Radio Télévision Sénégalaise – Sénégal

12.  Amour Creole – USA

13.  Awareness Times – Sierra Leone

14.  CEIBA Newsmagazine – United Kingdom

15.  Daily Sun newspaper – Nigeria

16.  ELAPH NEWSPAPER – Sudan

17.  Ethiopan News Agency – Ethiopia

18.  Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency – Ethiopia

19.  Fraternité – Bénin

20.  Hiiraan Online – Somalia

21.  Islands Business International – Fiji

22.  La Nouvelle Tribune – Bénin

23.  LC2 TV International – Bénin

24.  Le Soleil – Sénégal

25.  L’Expert – Tunisie

26.  L’Express – France

27.  Panapress – Sénégal

28.  Radio AVG – Sénégal

29.  Radio Jokkoo – Sénégal

30.  Radio MFM 92.6 – South Africa

31.  Radio Municipale de Dakar – Sénégal

32.  Radio Publique Africaine – Burundi

33.  Radio Reine – Cameroun

34.  RADIO REMA FM – Burundi

35.  Reuters AlertNet – United Kingdom

36.  Sciences au Sud (Journal bimestriel de l’Institut de Recheche et de Développement – IRD) – France

37.  SOFAA – Sénégal

38.  Stockswatch – Nigeria

39.  Television nationale congolaise – Congo, Republic

40.  The Citizen Newspaper – Sudan

41.  UNEP Europe News – Royaume de Belgique

42.  Vincent DEFAIT – Freelance

43.  Youth  Bulletin Somalia – Somalia

 

 

ORGANISATIONS :

 

1.      Africa Partnership Forum Support Unit (OCDE) -1- Paris

2.      Africa Partnership Forum Support Unit (OCDE) -2- Paris

3.      Africa-Europe Faith & Jsutice Network – Royaume de Belgique

4.      Centre of information & documentation about Africa – Espagne

5.      Christian Solidarity Worldwide – United Kingdom

6.      Christian Solidarity Worldwide – USA

7.      Czech Forum for Development – Czech Republic

8.      Ethiopian Business Forum – Ethiopia

9.      Fundación Acción contra el Hambre (ACH) – Espagne

10.  Institut Africain de l’Entreprise – Mali

11.  Local Government Association – United Kingdom

12.  MEDIATIC – Congo, Democratic Republic

13.  Ministère  de l’Economie et des Finances du Sénégal

14.  OXFAM – United Kingdom

15.  Presidencia del Gobierno Espanol (DISSC) – Espagne

16.  Take Care Africa Foundation – Ghana

17.  UN/UNDP policy coordination – Royaume de Belgique

18.  World Food Programme – Congo, Democratic Republic

 

SOURCE : African Press Organization (APO)


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