Adjo Nyadelewossi DOUBIDJI


Adjo Nyadelewossi DOUBIDJI     ( Journalist/President of ATTOPEL)

Hélène DOUBIDJI is a journalist in Togo who has about 10 years of experience.  She is known as Hélène DOUBIDJI and is passionate about writing.

She holds a Master's degree in Sociology and took her first steps in journalism while still a student. After working for several local written organs and foreign presses, she founded in September 2014, a generalist news website in Togo.

She stands out for her great reports that have earned her to date eight (8) awards and nominations on the global, African and national level. Among other awards, she won the "Lauriers du Journalisme d'Impact au Togo, 2018 edition", the "Grand Prix Régional du Journalisme Sensible au Genre, 2020 edition", the "Prix ACCER Award, 2020 edition".

Trained for the job, the young journalist had the chance to perfect her skills at the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme de Lille in France, followed by an immersion in the Web Service, Africa section at TV5 Monde Paris.

Very versatile, she has an interest in subjects with a strong social impact. During her professional career, Hélène Doubidji has covered major meetings such as the Cop21 in Paris (France), the World Conference on Science in Oslo (Norway), the Media Development Forum in Paris, the African Women In Dialogue meeting in Johannesburg (South Africa).

Hélène DOUBIDJI is the current President of the Togolese Association of Online Private Press Organizations (ATOPPEL).