Stories: Reporting

  • Sounds of the Maasai

  • Arusha National Park

    The crater at Arusha National Park in Tanzania. Monkeys in the sky. Melody Wilson is an expert animal spotter. Oh, and Kilimanjaro. Driving by Arusha. Almudena Toral is reporting from Tanzania as a fellow with the International Reporting Project (IRP).

  • Down by the Bay in Dar es Salaam

    I’m so excited to be in Tanzania with the International Reporting Project (IRP). Yesterday, I had a few moments to myself. I walked through an overpriced market, but I only had eyes for the coastline. Dar es Salaam sits beside a bay of the same name that links up with the Indian Ocean. The water is gorgeous...

  • Traveling in Tanzania with the International Reporting Project

    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 is a perfect and worthy excuse. For the next few weeks, I will be reporting on agriculture, food scarcity, hunger and nutrition on the ground. When not on...

  • Dispatches from the Zambian AIDS Epidemic

    This July, World Pulse Managing Editor Corine Milano traveled to Zambia as an International Reporting Project Fellow to cover health issues from the epicenter of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. With one of the highest HIV infection rates in the world—14.3% of the adult population—the Zambian people face an uphill battle. This series of interviews and...

  • National Rose Garden in Delhi Made Me Stop to Smell the Roses (Obviously)

    The National Rose Garden in south Delhi was a highlight for me during my all-too-brief stay in India’s capital earlier this year. Nestled among the dozens of embassies along the city’s wide streets and parks, this lovely space in the Chanakyapuri neighborhood captured my eye one morning as I jobbed through the area before another...

  • Off the Grid in Choma

    Jennifer James is traveling to Zambia as an International Reporting Project Zambia Fellow. The International Reporting Project is a part of  The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. She is reporting on HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis and how these three infectious diseases acutely affect mothers and children. You can follow her journey at #ZambiaHealth.  

  • Happy Sunday from Zimbabwe

    Lauren E. Bohn is a 2013 IRP Zambia Fellow.  

  • The State of Journalism in Zambia

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  • A Flavour of Zambia

    A trip wouldn’t be a trip without me banging on about the food and yesterday, during a break from reporting, I got the chance to sample a traditional Zambian meal. You always know you’re heading to a good place when you have to queue to get in and the road outside Twa-Pandula was packed with cars...