Journalist and Director of publication of Fortnightly "reporter" since July 2007, Boureima Ouedraogo began his career in June 1997 by Editions Country where he was successively Chief Editor of Magazine "Evasion" (1998-1999) ; Editor in Chief Assistant editions Country (1999-2001), Deputy Secretary General (2002), Editorial Secretary and cumulatively Editor delegate Magazine "Your Health" (2003). He resigned in December 2003. From March 2004, he worked as a communications officer Laboratory Citoyennetés(www.labo-citoyenneté.org) and cumulatively Ombudsman Alliance for Rebuilding Governance in Africa (ARGA, www.afrique-gouvernance.net). In July 2007, he founded the Fortnightly Reporter(www.reporterbf.net) and gradually specializes in investigative journalism. It is a double winner of the fight against corruption Price (first prize) 2010 and 2012, awarded by the National Network of Anti-Corruption. On the associative level, he was Secretary for External Relations of the Association of Journalists of Burkina (AJB) from 2002 to 2005. Currently he is the President of the Society of Editors of the Private Press (MS), Committee Member Steering Press Center Norbert Zongo, General Secretary of the Zongo cell for investigative Journalism in West Africa (CENOZO).