Food, Water, Information

Friday, January 15, 2010


While American and other foreign journalists struggle to report on the earthquake in Haiti, members of the Haitian media are having a much more difficult time keeping their own citizens informed. To address that problem, Internews, a non-profit organization that cultivates journalism in the developing world, is trying to help. Mark Frohardt, the group’s vice president for Health and Humanitarian Media, explains how.

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