Allison Fernandes is a French journalist based in Dakar, Senegal. I was graduated from the school of journalism from Lille (ESJ Lille) in 2008, and for ten years, I have worked in Morocco, for the channel Medi 1 TV, as a news presenter first and later, I realized reports of 26 and 52 minutes for the program Medi Investigation. Since the end of 2019, I am living in Dakar, Sénégal. I work for the African press agency, Apanews, as responsible for the video section, and I also work as a free-lance, for the Moroccan chanel 2M (I covered the presidential election). I have my own camera and equipment.
My 50' report about the integration of handiccaped people in Morocco.
My 26' report in the biggest garbage dump of Morocco, Mediouna.
My 52' report about people suffering from the terrible disease of Alzheimer in Morocco in the end of their lives, and the lack of structures in the country.
My 26' report about the schooling of migrant children in Morocco, and the difficulties to apply the law.
Dakar, Senegal • Social • March 31 @ 12:00am
Contrary to what is most often believed in Western countries, migration in Africa is for the biggest part intra-African (more than 80% of the migration is from an African country to an African country). In Senegal, there are many Guinean people, and also people for Cap-Verde but also from all over... Read more
Dakar, Senegal • Cultural • June 28 @ 12:00am
For twenty years, L'Ecole des sables in Toubab Dialaw - founded by Germaine Accogny, who is called the "mother of African contemporary dance" - has organized professional training workshops gathering dancers and choreographers from Africa, the African diaspora and all over the world. More than 500... Read more