• How sunshine is bringing radio to remote parts of South Sudan

    Mashable
    Monday, February 13, 2017

    (Internews' program assisting community radio in South Sudan is covered in this article from Mashable.)

    In South Sudan, most people don't have a TV. They rely on radio to get information. But limited access to power means entire communities of are left in information darkness for days at a time, especially in remote areas. One man is turning to the sun to change that. 

  • In the Loop

    Cover: Our eyes, our future, our dreams...
    Thursday, February 9, 2017

    Special Edition: Since January 2016, 38 percent of new arrivals to Greece have been children. Yet we rarely hear what they have to say. In December Internews produced an eight-page special issue of In The Loop featuring the voices and artwork of refugee and migrant children in Greece.

  • Radio by Boat

    Monday, February 6, 2017

    (This story was originally posted on Medium)

    Guy Mayo is captain of the riverboat Dieu merci (“Thank you God”) in the Central African Republic. Last fall, on his regular route along the Oubangui River, shuttling goods and passengers to and from the capital city Bangui to the port city Kouango, his cargo included something new: radio equipment.

  • South Sudan’s Mayardit FM Utilizes Solar Power

    Radio World
    Wednesday, February 1, 2017

    (A radio station in South Sudan powered with solar with the help of Internews is covered in this article from Radio World.)

    BRISBANE, Australia — In Turalei, South Sudan, more than 150,000 people are able to receive Mayardit 90.7 FM, a radio station that broadcasts a variety of news, music and entertainment. Supported by Internews, the radio station is a welcome service for the community, many of whom have little or no education.

  • Haiti - Sak di Sak Vre

    Cover: Haiti - Sak di Sak Vre
    Tuesday, January 31, 2017

    The Haiti Humanitarian Information Services is a UKAID funded project launched in October 2016 to respond to the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. The goal is to improve the quality of timely and actionable information in Haitian communities affected by the hurricane in order to reduce their vulnerability, improve protection outcomes and promote accountability in the response.

  • Online Communities as Local Media

    Thursday, January 26, 2017

    (This story was originally posted on Medium)

    Civilians and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Ukraine are using Vkontakte (a Russia-based network akin to Facebook) to share problems and concerns, communicate with the “opposite side” in the Ukrainian conflict and explore options for peace building, after nearly three years of conflict.