Nehemie Benoudjita is a Chadian journalist. He was born on March 21, 1945 at Dorro (Chad). He completed his higher studies in Paris. He hold a Master in Political Science at the University of Paris 8, Vincennes. For a long time in France, he was an activist for human rights movements. He was father of two. In 1998, he received the "Maître Joseph Behidi" Prize as the League of Human Rights in Chad awarded to defenders of rights and freedom in Africa. On September 29, 1999, Nehemie Benoudjita died at the military hospital of N'djamena.

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  • Nehemie Benoudjita est un journaliste tchadien né le 21 mars 1945 à Dorro (Tchad). Il a fait ses études à Paris. Diplômé d’un Master en Sciences politiques à l’université Paris VIII Vincennes, il a longtemps milité en France, dans des organismes de lutte pour les Droits de l'homme. Il est père de deux enfants. En 1991, il retourne dans son pays d’origine. Il y crée et dirige, un journal indépendant: “Le Temps”, où il tient une chronique hebdomadaire pour prôner la démocratie et les Droits humains. Le Tchad, vivant sous un régime autoritaire, les articles du journal “ Le Temps”, font l’objet régulier de poursuites gouvernementales. Et, son directeur attise la colère des officiels du pouvoir. En 1998, il est le lauréat du prix Maître Joseph Behidi, prix que La Ligue tchadienne des Droits de l'Homme accorde aux défenseurs des Droits et Libertés en Afrique. Le 29 septembre 1999, Nehemie Benoudjita décède à l’hôpital militaire de Ndjamena. En 2007, Nehemyah’s Home (La maison de Nehemyah), un organisme spécialisé dans les services aux enfants malades, atteints du VIH/SIDA, a été créé pour lui rendre hommage. (fr)
  • Nehemie Benoudjita is a Chadian journalist. He was born on March 21, 1945 at Dorro (Chad). He completed his higher studies in Paris. He hold a Master in Political Science at the University of Paris 8, Vincennes. For a long time in France, he was an activist for human rights movements. He was father of two. In 1993, he returned to his home country. He created and managed an independent newspapers: “Le Temps”, in which there was a weekly column for democracy and human rights. Chad, has an authoritarian regime. So, many articles of the newspapers "Le Temps" are subject to regular government prosecution, and its director also. In 1998, he received the "Maître Joseph Behidi" Prize as the League of Human Rights in Chad awarded to defenders of rights and freedom in Africa. On September 29, 1999, Nehemie Benoudjita died at the military hospital of N'djamena. In 2007, La maison de Nehemyah, an organization specialized in services for sick children, especially, those who suffer from HIV/AIDS, was created in his memory at Nehemyah's home. (en)
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  • 1945-3-21
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  • Nehemie Benoudjita est un journaliste tchadien né le 21 mars 1945 à Dorro (Tchad). Il a fait ses études à Paris. Diplômé d’un Master en Sciences politiques à l’université Paris VIII Vincennes, il a longtemps milité en France, dans des organismes de lutte pour les Droits de l'homme. Il est père de deux enfants. En 1998, il est le lauréat du prix Maître Joseph Behidi, prix que La Ligue tchadienne des Droits de l'Homme accorde aux défenseurs des Droits et Libertés en Afrique. Le 29 septembre 1999, Nehemie Benoudjita décède à l’hôpital militaire de Ndjamena. (fr)
  • Nehemie Benoudjita is a Chadian journalist. He was born on March 21, 1945 at Dorro (Chad). He completed his higher studies in Paris. He hold a Master in Political Science at the University of Paris 8, Vincennes. For a long time in France, he was an activist for human rights movements. He was father of two. In 1998, he received the "Maître Joseph Behidi" Prize as the League of Human Rights in Chad awarded to defenders of rights and freedom in Africa. On September 29, 1999, Nehemie Benoudjita died at the military hospital of N'djamena. (en)
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