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By Sampson David
Internews Intensifies Election Reforms Reporting Training for Liberian Journalists in Western Liberia
by Gerald C. Koinyeneh
Internews Holds Electoral Reform Reporting Training For Journalists In Bong, Lofa and Nimba Counties
Ganta, Nimba County – Fifteen community radio journalists from Bong, Lofa, and Nimba Counties are currently attending electoral reform training in Ganta, Nimba County.
What problems currently impact the food production? How can agricultural activities result in lower greenhouse gas emissions while also being productive enough to feed a growing global population?
Internews partner in South Sudan, Eye Radio dedicated a week of programming to women – featuring stories about inspiring women and producing programming that contributes to women’s welfare and equality in South Sudan – in honor of International Women’s Day on March 8.
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.