Mama Radio decreases security incidents in DR Congo
Because of the approach of Mama Radio there were no security incidents since the 12 months of their existence. This is remarkable for DR Congo.
Coaching in Syria: mixing war and wedding ceremonies
How do you train people journalists just come from war? Read the story of Mona, senior coach for reporters that works for our partner organisations...
Journalism in CAR not without danger
In the Central African Republic, journalists who report critically are often murdered, assaulted or threatened.
An impressive job: kids in the shoes of journalists
During the Instagram Takeover, we gave kids the inspiring opportunity to be a journalist for a day and interview high level decision makers.
Mobile journalism leads to opportunities and changes in Zimbabwe
Women in the community of Matopo, an area in Zimbabwe prone to drought, poverty and hunger, started a jam making project to help earn a living.
Suara Surabaya is not a radio station, it's a social institution
Ruth Kronenburg was travelling to Indonesia for a conference, and decides to take a detour for the popular community radio station Suara Surabaya.
Caught in Juba's war zone
This July, violence erupted again in Juba, South Sudan. The city turned into a war zone. Marnix de Witte was evacuated and shares his story.