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As communities react and respond to the global COVID-19 pandemic, fact-based, locally relevant news and information is needed more than ever.
In Afghanistan, Economic Conditions are Hampering Efforts by Media to Provide Information on COVID-19
Khalil Amiri is a journalist and Executive Manager of Faryad Radio & TV in Afghanistan’s Herat province which has the highest incidence of COVID-19 in the country.
Launched by Internews on March 26 with US$100,000, the fund has already supported 25 small, local news organisations worldwide in the face of COVID-19.
Global nonprofit Internews has partnered with cybersecurity company ESET to distribute antivirus software to civil society and at-risk groups worldwide.
Internews Board of Directors Expands with Expertise in Journalism, Marketing, and Community Development
International non-profit Internews welcomes Pamela Austin, Kaizar Campwala, Kevin Delaney, John Montgomery and Melissa Ong to its board of directors, for a three-year term starting in 2020.
For twenty years, the Dadaab refugee camp in the northeastern region of Kenya had no credible source of information.