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The first few days at the treatment unit were a living hell, with victims sleeping on the floor, says a Liberian nurse who survived an Ebola infection.
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With complaints of voting violations pouring in ahead of last month's elections, Indonesian activists launched the Mata Massa polling-watchdog app.
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The Guardian’s West Africa correspondent Monica Mark has written a story on religion and the Ebola outbreak that can stand as a model of professional religion reporting.
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A passionate cardiologist’s foundation and the municipality government have partnered to bring medical services to the city’s poor, a rare example of cooperation between the state and civil society.
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Which reporter should be assigned to the Ebola story? African news editors tend to choose religion reporters to cover the story because they know religion really gets at the "why" of this story.
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Religious leaders living with HIV in Kenya say they face a double stigma because citizens associate the virus with sin. But now they are speaking out.
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As the government of Liberia continues the fight against the deadly Ebola virus, some Liberian journalists are fearful of contracting the disease while fulfilling their reporting duties.
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Are you looking to take your journalism career to the next level while helping others improve their craft along the way? Then consider applying for the 2013 Coaching and Leadership Fellowship.
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Social media allows people to harass their peers online, creating a pervasive atmosphere of hostility that can undermine a teenager’s self-esteem, personality development and sense of security.
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A shortage of doctors and midwives in Cameroon has drawn more men into the midwifery profession in recent years, but Muslims say the practice goes against their religion.
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