The IWMF’s reporting initiatives are designed to support journalists interested in pursuing stories that go beyond the well-established path of political instability, armed conflicts, and humanitarian crisis in Latin America and the Great Lakes region of Africa. Through these reporting initiatives, IWMF Fellows have covered a wide range of under-reported issues including issues of empowerment, democracy, food security, and conservation efforts. Their work has been produced and published by leading media outlets around the world.
By 2019, more than 250 reporters will have reported and worked together to reshape traditional media narratives and storytelling around complicated regions.
Danielle Paquette and Whitney Shefte | The Washington Post, June 11, 2017
The Paradox of Youth Employment in Tanzania by Oluwabusayo Sotunde | Ventures Africa, May 8, 2017
Uneven Development Progress Leaves Rural Women Behind by by Oluwabusayo Sotunde | Rural Reporters, May 1, 2017
In Tanzania, unemployed youths turn to agriculture by Oluwabusayo Sotunde | How We Made It In Africa, April 28, 2017
Tanzanian polygamist’s puzzle: how to stop six wives warring over 500 acres? by Katy Migiro | Thompson Reuters Foundation, April 25, 2017
Far From Being a Burden, Research Suggests Refugees Come With Benefits by Karen Coates | Undark Magazine, May 2, 2017
The Rise of Sports Betting in Uganda by Sonia Paul | 60dB, April 26, 2017