Journalists interested in reporting on health issues such as yellow fever, malaria and reproductive health can check out a free monthly newsletter from the Uganda Health Alliance.
Global Health Facts, a project funded by the Kaiser Family Foundation, provides a user-friendly interface to review data on HIV/AIDs, malaria, health workforces and other health topics by country.
An online training manual, published by the Inter Press Service, is designed to be used as part of a week-long training on gender and HIV training.
Christopher Conte, Knight International Journalism Fellow and Vincent Akumu of the Uganda Health Communication Alliance have created a booklet to help journalists report on health issues in Uganda.
Internews has developed a trainer's manual to help radio journalists report on HIV/AIDS.
A list of story ideas for covering health and family planning in Africa
If you want to investigative HIV/AIDS in your region, here are some ideas to get you started:
According to journalism trainer Rachel Jones, expanding coverage of health issues in Kenya was “really just a question of taking the initiative."
Internews Neworks' Local Voices has produced a trainer's manual on how to conduct training courses for radio journalists on HIV reporting.
UNICEF and Internews, supported by the Government of Japan, produced this trainer's manual on how to conduct training courses on avian influenza reporting.
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