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Almudena Toral

Trip:
Tanzania 2013
Affiliation:
Freelance
Country:
Tanzania
Year:
2013
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Almudena Toral is an award-winning Spanish visual journalist and multimedia producer based in New York. She specializes in web documentary and digital video. Her work has been published by The New York Times, TIME, The Guardian, El País and other outlets in the U.S., Europe and Latin America. 

Toral holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University (SAIS) and City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. She is passionate about multi-platform storytelling, human rights and health issues, the global south and immigration policy, among others.

Toral was awarded a prior fellowship with IRP, reporting from Brazil in 2014.

Stories

  • Tackling São Paulo’s Crack Cocaine Epidemic

    {image-1} In the centre of São Paulo, Brazil, commuters and families walk through the Cracolândia district. Here, a woman with a baby and schoolchildren pass by an addict. ...

  • Radio y móvil, armas campesinas

    Hace siete años en su casa de Nambala, un pueblo chiquito al norte de Tanzania, Mariam Ally, 50 años, rostro redondo y lozano, labios como gajos de naranja, pens...

  • Drug Use in Tanzania

    {image-1} I'm waiting for the third day in a row for a character that never shows up in the “Sheraton Camp” in Temeke, Dar es Salaam. Heroin addicts like...

  • The Maasai of Tanzania

    {image-1} A Maasai woman rests sitting in a rock near her house in Uwiro, Tanzania. {image-2} Driving by Maasai during a drought in Tanzania. Almudena Toral is reporting from Tanzania as a...

  • Arusha National Park

    {image-1} The crater at Arusha National Park in Tanzania. {image-2} Monkeys in the sky. {image-3} Melody Wilson is an expert animal spotter. Oh, and Kilimanjaro. {image-4} Driving by Arusha. Almudena Toral is...

  • One Acre Fund in Tanzania

    {image-1} Elda Msemwa, 40, is a farmer in Maguliwa. She plants maize and onions, raises 30 chicken and two adult children ages 18 and 22. Her oldest daughter is one of the only 7 people in her...

  • Diversifying Crops in Morogoro

    {image-1} Vedasto Rutachokozibwa gets ready for a presentation at the Mwanzo Bora Nutrition Program office in Morogoro, Tanzania, while a colleague distributes pamphlets. {image-2} A family packs to leave the government-funded Towero...

  • Tanzania’s Minister of Agriculture

    {image-1} Because we’re kicking off our International Reporting Project trip in Dar Es Salaam we’re having all the “official” meetings right at the beginning. It&rsquo...

  • Today Was a Lesson in Humility

    {image-1} Today was a lesson in humility. It will not be the last one in this trip. There’s so much to learn. And like almost everything related to development and...

  • Traveling in Tanzania with the International Reporting Project

    {image-1} I’ve been wanting to start a new blog for a while, after blogging in Rwanda and Peru years ago. Traveling to Tanzania with the International Reporting Project ...

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