The Power of Women in Media

Internews media projects open eyes to gender issues and give voice to women so that they can change their lives for the better.
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A journalist interviews two women in Pakistan.

A journalist interviews two women in Pakistan.

A journalist in Kenya.

A journalist in Kenya.

A television journalist in Kenya.

A television journalist in Kenya.

Calendar art produced in Cambodia delivers a message about living with HIV/AIDS.

Calendar art produced in Cambodia delivers a message about living with HIV/AIDS.

A woman speaks on the phone in Afghanistan.

A woman speaks on the phone in Afghanistan.

Hirat Multimedia Center, Afghanistan

Hirat Multimedia Center, Afghanistan

Nasro Hussein Ma'alin surveys a resident of Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya about her access to information, media preferences and communications needs. An Internews team of locally trained enumerators conducted over 500 surveys in the three refugee camps in Dadaab.  Survey results show significant information gaps between the humanitarian sector and aid recipients. 70 percent of new arrivals said they need more information about how to register for aid. Credit: Meridith Kohut/Internews

Nasro Hussein Ma'alin surveys a resident of Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya about her access to information, media preferences and communications needs. An Internews team of locally trained enumerators conducted over 500 surveys in the three refugee camps in Dadaab. Survey results show significant information gaps between the humanitarian sector and aid recipients. 70 percent of new arrivals said they need more information about how to register for aid. Credit: Meridith Kohut/Internews

in Pakistan. Credit: Mark Edwards/Still Pictures/Internews Credit: Mark Edwards/Still Pictures/Internews

in Pakistan. Credit: Mark Edwards/Still Pictures/Internews Credit: Mark Edwards/Still Pictures/Internews

Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan graduated student Quenatt Sultani during exercises at Nai computer lab in Kandahar, Afghanistan, July, 2011. Quenatt has taken the radio and essential journalism courses at Nai and is waiting to find a job to work in this field. " It has been my first time to learn about journalism and I really like it. The courses that we were taking were very useful for us especially the practical work of it." Photo by Farzana Wahidy

Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan graduated student Quenatt Sultani during exercises at Nai computer lab in Kandahar, Afghanistan, July, 2011. Quenatt has taken the radio and essential journalism courses at Nai and is waiting to find a job to work in this field. " It has been my first time to learn about journalism and I really like it. The courses that we were taking were very useful for us especially the practical work of it." Photo by Farzana Wahidy

A woman feeds birds in Afghanistan. By David Trilling/Internews

A woman feeds birds in Afghanistan. By David Trilling/Internews

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