Entebbe, Uganda – Leading journalists from across Africa have teamed up with international demography experts to train journalists how to report on important demographic and health data.
African journalists attended a demographic and health data workshop in Entebbe, Uganda, with the goal of improving the depth and quality of health reporting across the continent.
Frank Nyakairu, a winner of the Knight International Journalism Award for his investigative reporting on Joseph Kony, gives his take on Invisible Children's KONY 2012 campaign.
When young children in Uganda suddenly began testing positive for polio in the fall of 2008, Dr. William Mbabazi, a World Health Organization epidemiologist, wanted officials to launch an aggressive vaccine drive.
Knight International Journalism Fellow Rosemary Armao completed six months of journalism training in Uganda in 2005 partnering with the Monitor Publications, Ltd.
Knight International Journalism Fellow Leanne Waxman Italie completed nine months of journalism training in Uganda in 1996 partnering with the Uganda Management Institute.
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