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Celebrating media successes in the Nile Basin

In 2021, the InfoNile program run by Water Journalists Africa (WJA) supported 100 journalists from 10 countries in the Nile Basin. This JRS-funded effort is growing data-based environmental journalism and uncovering critical biodiversity stories. WJA also engaged 84 journalists, editors,…

Engaging the next generation of African researchers

JRS aims to advance the field of biodiversity informatics to connect knowledge to the people and institutions who make decisions. With a focus on sub-Saharan African countries with key biodiversity assets, we recognize that capacity-building is key to sustaining our…

Water Journalists Africa grows data-based environmental journalism

Over the past two years, JRS has supported Water Journalists Africa (WJA) in their efforts to connect journalists to scientists and grow data-based environmental journalism about freshwater biodiversity issues in the Nile Basin. With JRS funding, WJA is expanding the…

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