Abubakar Ibrahim received the 2018 Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling for his story about the large population of internally displaced persons in Nigeria, Cameroon and Niger.
By taking a more scientific approach to investigative reporting, Nigerian journalist Hannah Ojo uncovered widespread contamination in Nigeria's sachet water — and helped improve this water's safety for the public.
Hannah Ojo uses an arsenal of digital tools and data to bring "power to the pen" in Nigeria.
Irish journalist Sally Hayden shares perspectives from her experiences in reporting across five continents.
Nigerian journalist Ebenezar Wikina shares insights from his interview series "The Stroll," in which he's spoken to more than 120 global leaders, and more from his career in covering development.
Bukunmi Ayo-Ariyo, program producer and presenter of Nigeria's On The Street, shares insights and lessons learned from her career, as well as a recent Thomson Reuters course found on IJNet.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Babatunde Akpeji discusses drones as a tool for gathering the news.
Working with the Vital Voices for Health project, Akpeji shared these tips and more with citizens looking to cover their community in Nigeria.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Stephen Abbott Pugh examines how mobile experimentation in the newsroom now could pay huge dividends in the long run.
Olufemi Akande of Nigeria and Abdel Aziz Hali of Tunisia explain how they used IJNet to become Dag Hammarskjöld fellows.
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