In South Sudan, women are talking on leading roles at Internews-established radio stations.Read more
A young farmer – in flip flops, short sleeves, with his face uncovered – is spraying his crops with insecticide. Suddenly, in the next field over, he sees another farmer covered from head-to-toe in protective gear, and realizes that he is exposing himself to dangerous chemicals.
Sri Lankan journalist Vasantha Mary, a One Sri Lanka Fellow, was recognized for producing the best Tamil feature article published in the month of July 2016. She was recognized by Lakehouse, one of Sri Lanka’s leading newspaper groups.
Casimir Marschall, a senior at Albert Einstein High School in Kensington, MD, volunteered at Internews’ Washington, DC office this summer. As part of his independent study, he sought to understand Internews’ work from the perspective of its senior staff.
Kaushalye, a reporter for the Sinhala language newspaper Lankadeepa in Sri Lanka, had planned to purchase a drone to photograph weddings and other events. He had never heard about using drones for journalism until he attended a workshop in Mount Lavinia.
World Humanitarian Day on August 19 recognizes and honors the aid workers and volunteers working on the frontlines of crises who risk their lives in humanitarian service.
(Stijn Aelbers of Internews was interviewed in this article from The Guardian about providing refugees with information