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|FrontPageaAfrica and New Naratives' Reporter, Mae Azango Wins Pulitzer Grant||| Print ||
|Written by FPA Staff Reporter|
|Tuesday, 15 November 2011 01:48|
FrontPage Africa reporter Mae Azango has been selected as one of four African journalists to win a prestigious grant from the U.S.-based Pulitzer Center to cover reproductive health issues.
Mae will join 3 other African journalists awarded the grants at the International Conference on Family Planning in Senegal from November 28 - December 3. The team will then report on reproductive issues in Liberia in January and February. The reporting will appear in FrontPage Africa and international media.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 November 2011 13:09|