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.
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.