(This CNN article includes an interview with Internews CEO David Hoffman about the media in Burma.)
It was "censorship day," the 20th of the month, the day Nyein Nyein Naing, executive director of Myanmar's Seven Days News Journal, takes her stories to a government office for pre-publication scrutiny. Read more »
ACAPS has been awarded with the OFDA Award Recognition of Excellence for Innovation and Learning in Disaster Risk Reduction for its Disaster Needs Analysis (DNA). DNAs provide humanitarian actors with an overview of existing information on current crises as well as lessons learned from previous disasters.
As the world prepares for the latest round of UN-sponsored climate negotiations in Doha, November 26 - December 7, journalists from the Middle East and Africa are receiving support from Internews' Earth Journalism Network to report from COP18. Through their reporting, vulnerable communities affected by climate change will have a greater voice at the table. Read more »
With overfishing a major problem around the world, Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) in recent months has carried out a series of activities in both Asia and Europe to work with journalists on improving their coverage of sustainable fisheries issues and ocean health. Read more »
In a country where information is hard to come by, Internews built three community FM radio stations, providing a valuable service to the Darfuri refugee population and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) living in camps in eastern Chad. Because of a lack of trained journalists in the country, Internews helped young people who were novices but eager to learn take lead roles at the stations. Read more »
Madjihinguem Nguinabe talks about what motivates him as a journalist to help his community get the information they need.
I was always really interested in the work of radio stations and I’d heard about Internews, so I asked for a work placement. I really wanted to see what journalism was like because I didn’t know anything about it. Voix de Ouaddai in Abeche fortunately took me on as a volunteer in 2009, and I moved here to Goz Beida to work at Radio Sila in 2010. Read more »