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AAAS and EurekAlert! announce winners of the 2006 Fellowships for Reporters from Developing Regions

  • Mzati Nkolokosa, The Nation, Malawi Nkolokosa, who has three years of experience as a reporter, aspires to specialize in health reporting, especially in the area of HIV/AIDS. He cites "lack of resources and training" as one of the greatest challenges to his career.
  • Zablon Odhiambro, Biosafety News, Kenya Odhiambro, who has been working as a science reporter for the past five years, hopes that he can help to "alleviate global problems" by responsibly reporting science and technology developments throughout Africa.
  • Nurat Miquidade, Radio Mozambique Miquidade has worked as a radio reporter for nine years. Her stories are broadcast in Portuguese throughout Mozambique.
  • Pape Sambe Boubacar, Jeune Afrique Economie, Senegal Boubacar writes for the French-language magazine Jeune Afrique Economie, where he covers science and health, among other topics.
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  • 23-Jan-2006


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