2014 Journalism Fellows Selected
Ana Maria (Ayee) Macaraig, 27, is a multi-media journalist for Rappler in the Philippines. She is www.gillianwelch.com a one-woman team, filing photos, video clips, blogs and we choice viagra overnite investigative stories. She has covered national corruption scandals, debates on reproductive health, human rights and developments in Myanmar. She graduated magna cum laude from Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in communication, minor in philosophy.
Olufemi Akande, 29, is a reporter for TVC News of Nigeria, a Pan-African television news channel. He has covered the brutal civil war in the Central African Republic, the political impasse in Guinea as well as the violence of the Boca Haram sect in northern Nigeria. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of http://naifa-texas.org/buy-cialis-now Kogi State in Anyigba, Nigeria.
Abdel Aziz Hali, 34, is a journalist at the international news desk of La Presse of Tunisia. He has worked as a reporter on social change and the cheap viagra generic upheavals in his country. Mr. Hali won Monaco’s Anna Lindh award for his article, “Once upon a time two revolutions.” He has degrees in science, including geology, mines, petroleum from the Faculty of Science, Tunis, and has lectured in these fields.
Tuan Anh Pham, 33, is deputy editor-in-chief of the online news outlet, Dan tri of Vietnam and a multi-media reporter. He has covered international issues, environment and technology, including a trip to the Philippines to research “golden rice” plantations. Mr. Pham has two bachelor degrees from Australian institutions: the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and La Trobe University.
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