Mayor Otu discusses being a documentary photographer and his “Water of Katampe” series. Sonja Smith talks about her journey into journalism. Andiswa Matikinca joins CCIJ on Instagram Live. Ground is gained in CCIJ’s Gaming the Lottery Project. Neha Hirve is a finalist for a prestigious award.
Winston Mwale releases a new report on water stress in Malawi and discusses it on Waterless. Khaled Sulaiman talks about bringing his own experiences into his reporting on water and climate change in Iraq. Wendy Muperi and Adie Vanessa Offiong discuss reporting on water disease in western and southern Africa. Raymond Joseph and his team at Ground Up won two major court battles in their coverage of the lottery.
On a daily basis, Wendy Muperi and Vanessa Offiong have to overcome the challenges of being young, female journalists operating in underfunded media industries, to tell some of the most urgent stories.
Environmental justice, as it is widely known as throughout the United States, is a movement that explores the intersection between environmental and race issues while advocating for systematic change.
A CCIJ board member, Motunrayo has 15 years experience designing strategies for impact and social justice that enable investigative reporting, media sustainability, leadership and good governance across all genres of the media.
Ruona Meyer, who is helping CCIJ develop a social media strategy and connect with journalists across Africa, leverages her Solutions Journalism Network training in real-world COVID-19 reporting.
Vanessa is an award-winning journalist in Abuja, Nigeria and a member of the African Investigative Publishing Collective.
Ruona Meyer is an Emmy-nominated, multimedia investigative journalist with 16 years’ experience, across print, radio, wire agency and digital outlets across Nigeria, South Africa, and the UK.
Adie Vanessa Offiong investigates the difficulties of water access in the lives of three elderly women, among the marginalized group in the discourse on women and water inequality.