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During the Coronavirus pandemic, we witnessed the spread of fake news. This inspired me to write a fact-checking handbook, which was made possible as an open-source publication thanks to the sponsorship of the Friedrich Neumann Foundation.

You can download the fact-checking manual via this link. : http://tunisia-fact-checking.com/

I invite you to join our Forum “Science Journalists in MENA » launched in October. It’s a virtual community that gathers journalists, communicators, Scientists, and researchers. It aims to exchange the latest news, scientific reports, webinar invitations, and press releases about science.

We aim to spread knowledge in the Arab world. It is based on teamwork and the expertise of experts in journalism and science. 

Join the group, and if you launched any Science initiative or published any report, please don’t hesitate to contact me. 

Through this community, we seek to learn about international experiences via biweekly Meetings. In the past few months, we got the pleasure of welcoming Catherine Offord, Senior Editor of “The Scientist magazine”, Ben Deighton, manager editor of “Sciedev”, Ehsan Masood, editor of Editorials of “Nature…

I will be happy to hear from you in the next few weeks.

Leaving behind a collection of scientific articles and books for the betterment of humanity is beautiful. You can view my research on my pages on Researchgate and Academia.

I am pleased with the scientific legacy I created before age thirty. I am confident that I will continue to publish more books and ensure their unrestricted distribution. Sharing knowledge and wisdom is one of the most beautiful things in life.
Due to my work in science journalism, I was fortunate to receive the weekly Journalism award from Tunisian public radio, which was a great honor.
Amidst the spread of misinformation about coronavirus vaccines on the internet, I took it upon myself to combat this issue by posting a weekly article based on the latest research findings. I also created a video to disseminate accurate vaccine information through social media.
In 2022, WHO and the State of Qatar have teamed up with FIFA on the Healthy 2022 World Cup project. Qatar hosted the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ from 21 November to 18 December 2022. As a media team member, I had the pleasure of handling various responsibilities. These included distributing press releases globally, securing interview opportunities, and pitching an Op-ed piece by Dr. Tedros.

The project aimed to ensure the tournament will be a healthy and safe event and that the measures implemented and lessons learned will support the delivery of healthy and safe mega sporting events. The project’s objectives were to ensure both the delivery and legacy of a healthy and safe FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ by setting the event as an impactful, sustainable, and lasting model that promotes health, security, and well-being integration for future mega sports events.
َAbout my participation in Media Forum 2, which took place in Saudi Arabia February 2023