EJN Increases Support for Ocean, Wildlife and Climate Change Reporting Ahead of its 15th Anniversary
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In Sub-Saharan Africa, Internews responds to access to information needs for the marginalized and vulnerable. In Kenya, we strengthen community knowledge by ensuring free, easy access to high quality maternal health information. In South Sudan and Central African Republic, we respond to information needs during humanitarian and political crises. In Democratic Republic of Congo, we support community radio stations to be more professional and more sustainable, and we work on the entire media environment to make sure citizens receive information and voices from diverse sources and channels. In this country, we also work to have more stories and voices from, for and about women. In Cote d’Ivoire Internews support human rights organizations including LGBTI rights organizations to communicate better with the media and through the media. We champion coverage that doesn’t stigmatize. In Liberia, we focus on improving the media regulatory and legal environment. Everywhere we work with media, social media and civil society to improve content on democracy and governance elections, interfaith issues, and community reconciliation.
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(Internews’ Liberia Media Development Program organized the Community Media Forum, in collaboration with the Liberia Media Initiative.) By Alpha Daffae Senkpeni
US Congressional delegation urge Liberian lawmakers to make public their ‘Yea or Nay’ votes
When Jacob Mwenga said that the Boresha Habari program saved his station from collapse, I thought he was overstating the intervention.
Gabriel Lucas has just completed Third Year Broadcast Journalism studies at Saint Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT). He is already being groomed for a senior position at a radio station - Taa Bora FM in Tabora.
BBC reporter Mike Thomson visits Radio Lego Ti la Ouaka in Bambari, CAR
Reporter Mike Thomson covers the innovative radio approach that gets information to displaced people in South Sudan’s biggest camp
7. Promoting Women Leaders Through Radio
Women journalists in Tanzania should speak out whenever they face or witness sexual harassment in the workplace and they should enlist the support of men to address the issue.
Given the importance of the Mesoamerican Reef system, EJN collaborated with our local partner, the Mexican Network of Environmental Journalists (REMPA), to host a reporting work