With you and for you, the Burkinabe weekly of information and reflection launches into a new media adventure, that of a digital platform of participative digital information. More than 25 years after having contributed to Burkina Faso's march towards a society of more freedom, social justice and democracy, the Tambour (Bendré in the Mooré national language) is in tune with the contemporary world. He now wants to address his messages to young people, women and Elders whose habits have been profoundly changed by the advent of the Internet and Smartphone.
By choosing the participatory model, the Bendré platform is part of the new model that now integrates the contribution of readers to more plural, more mobile and more shared information. It is also and above all a renewed commitment to a journalistic culture closer to the citizens while remaining concerned and attached to the cardinal values of integrity, quality, relevance and exclusivity of information.
In addition to conventional information, Bendré numérique also provides its readers with a window of practical information on transport company schedules, weather, business and employment opportunities, etc.
The digital Bendré wants to participate in the search for information without distorting it, decrypting the facts without overawing them, to make the "sacred drum" sound more clearly without unreasoning. In short, it is about creating a community of readers who decide to make themselves heard, to show things they are actors or witnesses, to discuss their points of view. All this according to rules and moderation procedures accepted and shared.
From its contributor readers, Bendré numérique expects to live a new media adventure made of exchanges, proposals and debates instructive and constructive. His ambition is to galvanize, through the sound of Bendré, all the warriors who fight for a Burkina and a fairer, more tolerant world where it is increasingly better for all and not just for a few. His motto remains and remains, "Above honors, there is Honor."