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Sarah Jones is a New York-based journalist with a passion for attracting young audiences to hard news. In 2014, Jones was named Best Journalist in Social Media by a panel of news industry leaders at the 6th Annual Shorty Awards. She is a member of Chatham House, the National Press Club, the Chartered Institute for Journalists and Investigative Reporters and Editors. Jones has worked with VICE; Al Jazeera America; CNN; ITN's Channel 4 News; Gulf News; BBC World Service; BBC Arabic; Brook Lapping Productions on the documentary "9/11: The Day That Changed the World"; and ABC 7 News in her hometown of Chicago on a biweekly feature called "Someone You Should Know." Jones is a graduate of City University London's International Broadcast Journalism master's program, which she received with merit. Jones was also an IRP Fellow to Mozambique in 2014
Last September, Suzette Flores knew something was wrong when her toddler, Rob Ezequiel Garcia, vomited five times in a single day. It was the first time her 19-month-old son had ever been...
Dina Yusef points to some rice and a few cans of sardines – all she has left to feed her four children and husband nearly a month after they fled their Philippines...
Ezequiel Maconha-Otenesse had night sweats, pain in his chest, and discharge spewing from his lungs when he coughed. A local hospital in Mozambique tested the 26-year-old repeatedly for tuberculosis (TB), but it...
Mozambique is one of the world’s poorest countries. But summarizing Mozambique with one of its oft-repeated statistics does not do the country or its people--and their struggles and successes--any justice. ...
Hyperlapse of Jhpiego's mobile male circumcision unit in Xinavane, across from a sugar factory in Mozambique. A photo posted by Sarah Jones Reports (@sarahjreports) on Oct 10, 2014 at 10:16am PDT ...