More than 170 people gathered for the first Climate Communications Day, organized by Internews amid the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Summit in Durban. And for the fifth year in a row, Internews and its partners sponsored journalism Fellows who reported on the intricate negotiations for their audiences at home. Read more coverage from Durban.
The Media Map Project, a multi-faceted research collaboration between Internews and The World Bank Institute, has made 25 data sets which collectively touch on every country in the world and up to 30 years' worth of information available to the public for download and analysis. Visualizations on the site allow viewers to interact with and test the data in different ways.
Dadaab, the largest refugee camp complex in the world, is home to hundreds of thousands fleeing the drought in Somalia – people who are being put further at risk because of information gaps that are hampering the aid response.