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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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Rural dwellers in the town of Ayete, Ibarapa North, Oyo state. (Photo: Hannah Ojo)
Investigation
19 Aug 16
Tensions are rising between Fulani pastoralists and villagers in the country’s southwest.
Investigation
16 Aug 16
Prisoners still suffer appalling conditions despite legislative changes
Investigative Report
9 Aug 16
With little oversight, some religious leaders said to exploit their positions.
Sierra Leonian women buy and sell goods in a Freetown market. (Photo: Natalie Behring-Chisholm/Getty Images)
Investigative Report
8 Aug 16
Investigation reveals that many women and girls never inform the authorities.
This NCOs block has not been renovated since it was built in 1978. (Photo: Samuel Malik)
Investigative Report
5 Apr 16
Despite state investment, residents struggle with water shortages and dilapidated housing.
The team at Radio Easter in the South Sudanese town of Yei. (Photo: Ilona Eveleens)
3 Feb 16
Contributions come from across the country to ensure broadcasts have nationwide relevance.
IWPR training session in Nigeria led by Dayo Aiyetan. (Photo: IWPR)
10 Nov 15
Rigorous scrutiny of civil and military authorities should make them more accountable.
Sierra Leonean investigative reporter Silas Gbandia. (Photo courtesy of S. Gbandia)
9 Oct 15
Investigative journalism skills essential to uncovering corruption and wrongdoing.
9 Oct 15
Project aims to empower media and civil society to become effective anticorruption watchdogs.
The market in Gidel, in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Picture from 2012. (Photo: Ilona Eveleens)
11 Jun 15
Local reporters contribute to making shows relevant, and “listener groups” help make sure they are.

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