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Jennifer Uloma Igwe
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  • Lagos
  • Nigeria
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What is your name?
Jennifer Igwe
What organisation do you work for?
Nigerian Television Authority-NTA
What country are you based in?
Nigeria
Please summarise your areas of climate-change expertise (in terms of subjects and geographical areas)
Reporting and communicating Climate change, its Adaptation and mitigation in Nigeria (journalism )
What is your telephone number?
+2348033291417
Do you have a Skype account?
Jennifer.uloma.igwe
Which languages can you give interviews in?
English
What is your website address?
http://www.ecosocionews.blogspot.com.ng
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An award winning reporter, news anchor, presenter,producer and Assistant Manager News with the Nigerian Television Authority-NTA. 2013 Winner Nigeria Media Merit Award for Reporter of the year. Has been working as a journalists for thirteen years now. Major beat is the environment and in addition to this health and development issues. Has reported climate change extensively and is one of the journalists that started creating awareness on the phenomenon when it was not a popular issue in Nigeria. A two time fellow of the Climate Change Media Partnership-CCMP. One of the nine Nigerian Journalists honored by the United Nations Development Programme-UNDP and Lagos State Government, for outstanding works and growth of Environmental Journalism in Nigeria.

Jennifer Uloma Igwe's Blog

How Biometric Innovation Is Helping TB Patients in India.....By Jennifer Igwe

Screams from a large crowd, made up of hundreds of kids, ushered the IRP India group through Bhiwandi, a very poor settlement in Mumbai, India. The neighborhood, we learned, is home to thousands of migrants who are mostly workers in cloth-weaving factories that are located in the area.

A common health challenge in the settlement is tuberculosis. The project we visited, called Operation Asha, is saving lives in the area through a biometric (fingerprint) system used to track patients…

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Posted on February 20, 2013 at 21:00

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At 21:21 on February 3, 2016, kourosh kavousi said…

Dear Jenni I am kourosh kavousi from Iran and interested in connect with you fror work in Africa , I have a lot experiences in north Kenya in arror river and kerio vally . please send me an email to kkavousia697@gmail.com regards kourosh kavousi…"

 
 
 

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