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Investigating unhealthy abattoirs and scale of infected meat in Nigeria
Women living at the shores and Islands on Lake Victoria end up giving birth on the lake while sailing across to access a hospital.
We aim to use new storytelling techniques to explain how illegal cocoa farming affects the Ghana economy and the export of cocoa.
What Went Wrong? is a participatory journalism project and mobile survey through which Kenyans can report on foreign aid in their own communities.
About 50 million hectares of arable land in Nigeria remain uncultivated as a result of low capacity by farmers.
Investigating the legacy of petrochemical pollution on the Rido community of Kaduna Village.
Using an SMS tool, Health-e will engage with survivors of sexual assault, allowing them to share their experiences while connecting them with counseling services. This database will then be used for innovative storytelling methods.
This project is an investigative, data-driven and human-centred journalistic examination of garnishee orders and over-indebtedness in South Africa.
Investigating the safety and hygiene status of sachet water, popularly called ‘pure water’, consumed by over 70% of people in Lagos.
Investigating how poor wages affect women flower-farm workers in Naivasha.
Cutting-edge multimedia journalism that features how local neighbourhoods affected by global climate change are surviving disruption. We investigate how high-risk communities are coping with problems like food and water insecurity.
This project seeks to establish the prevalence of counterfeit medicine in three Kenyan cities to inform policies.