Jerome Citron



Born in Aix en Provence (South of France) in 1975, I graduated in political science and journalism. For more than 10 years, I worked as a freelancer for many newspapers. I have written a lot of articles about education in France and around the world.
Today, I work for the press of a French trade union organization: the CFDT. I cover health and labor law issues. I write articles, but I also make photos and videos.

Funded project

How 3D printing can make people walk again

This story shows how 3D printing can bring new hopes to disabled people in developing countries, by focusing on a pilot project conducted by Handicap International in Togo.