Mohammad Munir Mehraban joined IWPR Afghanistan in 2010 and is Investigative Journalism Projects Manager/Editor. He has been a leading media trainer/editor since 2002 with organisations like Internews, Pajhwok news agency, the Centre for International Journalism and IWPR. Prior to this, he worked as a reporter for two Kabul-based newspapers.
Editor describes challenges and rewards of investigative reporting in Afghanistan.
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