Our Impact

We design all of our programs to deliver maximum results. By investing heavily in monitoring and evaluating our initiatives, we show how good journalism can improve societies.

  • A report in early July by local radio journalists about uncollected garbage lying everywhere in Nzerekore, Guinea, got immediate results, reports Vianney Missumbi.

    December 12, 2008
  • When the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) sent longtime journalist Arul Louis to boost reporting on climate change in India, he knew he faced a challenge. In the media of India, one of the developing world’s biggest and fastest growing economies, the topic of climate change has rarely bubbled to the surface.

    December 10, 2008
  • The International Center for Journalists broke new ground in Azerbaijan Friday night with transmission of a pre-election forum over the Internet. The event, entitled “Democracy in Azerbaijan: Goals and Challenges,” drew more than 100 people to the Park Inn in the capital, Baku, and attracted online viewers across the globe, from Azerbaijan to North America.

    Anar Orujov, deputy director of the ICFJ investigative journalism program in Baku, served as de facto technical manager of the event. He said transmission of the forum occurred with few problems.

    October 15, 2008