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Wambi Michael

Wambi Michael is the head of news in the Kampala Bureau for the Voice of Teso. Based in Uganda he reports on HIV/AIDS, human rights and environment issues. He has a high interest in climate change and global warming and was part of the Climate Change Media Partnership at Poznan in Poland in December 2008….

Natalia Viana

Natalia is a Brazilian journalist currently based in London. She has worked as an investigative reporter for the influential political magazine Caros Amigos, as a correspondent for US newscast Free Speech Radio News and for the UK agency Global Radio News. Natalia’s first book, Plantados no chao (Planted in the earth) came out in Brazil…

Servaas van den Bosch

Servaas has been published in Alert Net and El Mundo – twice (Spanish).

Wasantha Ramanyake

Wasantha Kumara Ramanayake is a senior staff journalist of the Daily News, an English daily published in Colombo.

Geoffrey Kamadi

Geoffrey Kamadi

Geoffrey Kamadi is a freelance journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya. He has written widely for newspapers in Kenya including the Daily Nation, The East African, The Standard and Business  Daily. His work has also appeared in such online publications as Panos London, Reuters Alertnet, New Internationalist, Spore Magazine, IslamOnline.net and Suite 101.com among others. He…

Naresh Newar

Naresh Newar has been working as a journalist for the past 16 years writing for both local and international news agencies with special focus on armed conflict, humanitarian and environmental issues. He also worked as a the editor of Panos Radio South Asia and represented Panos Institute as one of the editors to support the…

Emmanuel Okella

Emmanuel Okella is an independent journalist and producer based in Kampala, Uganda, with nine years experience as a reporter. He works as News Editor/Environmental Journalist at Radio Simba-Uganda. He is currently participating in a one year project with the BBC World Service Trust, as a Journalism Training Mentor to help strengthen the capacity of rural…

David Akana

David Akana is an Associate Editor of Pan African Visions – an online magazine marketing African success stories where he reports on environment and development. Previously, David worked as founding Editor-in-Chief of Radio Environment – the pioneer in radio on conservation in the Central African Region – with headquarters in Yaounde, Cameroon. He has also…

Pierre Fitter

Pierre Fitter lives in Delhi where he reports on the environment and foreign affairs. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Socio-Legal Sciences and is studying for a Masters in Political Sciences. Pierre spent a year and a half in China and Russia, where he worked for AIESEC, an international youth leadership development organisation. While with…

Eugene Kwibuka

Eugene Kwibuka is a 25-year old Rwandan freelance journalist. Having formerly reported news and current affairs for about four years with The New Times and Radio Salus in Rwanda, he remains engaged in the production of different pieces of journalism on a freelance basis. His work includes writing feature stories for publication in both Rwandan…

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