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Internews in Tanzania under the Boresha Habari (Better News) project brought together media and civil society organizations in Mwanza, Tanzania to discuss the issue of domestic workers' rights.
Mchanga Haroub is a senior journalist and Head of Production at Zanzibar Broadcasting Corporation on Pemba Island. She bought a smartphone fifteen years ago and was among the first local journalists to own one.
“Prior to this training, I thought data journalism was all about calculations and, since I dislike math, I did not even see the importance of learning it.
In the summer of 2017, four graduate students from American University (AU) worked on a pro bono “Capstone” research project that was coordinated with Internews.
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Our planet is experiencing an acute environmental crisis, and time is running out to limit its impact.
In Puerto Rico, National Geographic Photo Camp will partner with Internews to bring together 20 aspiring photojournalists – college-age and recent graduates – for a week-long intensive photojournalism training, beginning October 21.