GNI and Internews are pleased to welcome six global civil society organizations (CSOs) working at the intersection of technology and human rights as fellows in 2019.Read more
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Monrovia – A youth-led media initiative, Youth Media Action, has embarked on a campaign aimed at electoral reform in Liberia.
It is the dream of every journalist to put together a story that has impact on the public he or she serves. Herieth Rebman, a reporter with Country FM, was practicing her reporting skills after a hands-on Internews training, when her dream was fulfilled.
“This internship has given me a rare chance to better prepare as I step into the real media world,” says Evarist Mapesa,one of five young graduate journalists attending a three-month internship facilitated by Internews in Tanzania under the Boresha Habari project.
Marking World Radio Day on February 13, USAID media development partner Internews distributed 35 solar-powered wind-up radios to radio listener clubs in the Malakal Protection of Civilians (PoC) site, which houses people who have been displaced by conflict.
GNI and Internews are pleased to welcome six global civil society organizations (CSOs) working at the intersection of technology and human rights as fellows in 2019.
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In an effort to push for sustained election reform coverage in the Liberian media a USAID sponsored partner, Internews has called on journalists in the country to give more attention to electoral reform reporting.
INTERNEWS Tanzania, through its BoreshaHabari programme, has donated journalistic devices worth 200m/- to 19 community radio stations.
EJN’s West Africa Fisheries Project Receives Special Recognition Award for Its Work on Illegal Fishing
Internews’ Earth Journalism Network and its West Africa Fisheries Project have been honored with a Special Recognition award by an international panel of judges in the context of the 3rd Stop IUU Fishing Awards to ack