ashnas Nasseem ACKBURALLY

NASSEEM ACKBURALLY Curriculum Vitae Profession: Journalist/Translator Date of Birth: 14 December 1955 Address: 38 Ramgoolam Road, Plaine des Papayes, MAURITIUS. Telephones: (230) 266-1884, (230) 5761-9119 Email: [email protected] Education: General Certificate of Education 1975 Diplôme de Journalisme (Alliance Française de l’île Maurice) 1986/1987 Perfectionnement en journalisme (université de Bordeaux, France) 1997/1998 Languages: English, French, Kreol. Employment Record 1983/1988: Reporter at MAURITIUS TODAY, a local weekly 1989/1994: Journalist at WEEK-END SCOPE and WEEK-END, two weeklies 1994 till date: Senior Journalist at LE MAURICIEN, a daily newspaper Since 1998 writes for PANAPRESS, Dakar, Senegal ; Syfia International, Montpellier, France; Deutsche Welle (radio); IPS, South Africa (Print and Radio); African Business and African Banker (IC Publications, London); SPORE (CTA). 2004: Reporting on SADC, Johannesburg, South Africa, by the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism 2008: Global Subsidy Initiative/IPS Regional Media Forum Books: Contributed to the book «At Home In the World» on the Indian Diaspora around the world by the Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre, an initiative of the Government of India, through its Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs. Translation: 1) Guide to Farming by Mauritius Agricultural Research and Extension Unit (AREU), supported by the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) 2) French novels Travel Has travelled extensively in South Africa, Madagascar, Kenya, Ghana, Gabon, Cameroon, France, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and India. International Conferences: 1) African Water Week (November 2009, Johannesburg, South Africa) 2) United Nations Conference on Climate Change COP 15 (December 2009 Copenhagen, Denmark) Also: Features published in UNESCO’s Education Magazine, PANOS.

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Mauritian Youth
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
13 May 2015

This collection features photos of young people in Mauritius: in class at the university and organizing an awareness campaign on campus, and using computers at the inauguration of a community internet access point.

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Mauritius Youth 09
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

University students gather during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign they organised to inform their peers on the virus and prevention.

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Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

University students gather during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign they organised to inform their peers on the virus and prevention.

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Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

A young person uses a computer at a community internet access point in Mauritius.

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Mauritius Youth 07
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

University students gather during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign they organised to inform their peers on the virus and prevention.

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Mauritius Youth 05
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

A young person uses a computer at a community internet access point in Mauritius.

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Mauritius Youth 04
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

A young person uses a computer at a community internet access point in Mauritius.

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Mauritius Youth 03
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

A young person helps community members use a computer at a community internet access point in Mauritius.

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Mauritius Youth 02
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

A man is helped to use a computer at a community internet access point in Mauritius.

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Mauritius Youth 01
Port Louis
By Nasseem ACKBURALLY
12 May 2015

A young person uses a computer at a community internet access point in Mauritius.