Al Jazeera Journalism Review
Akem Olives Nkwain is a Freelance Journalist based in Cameroon with keen interest in health reporting. He writes for regional and international publications
Journalists in Cameroon are using their phones in innovative ways to report the news for many different types of media, but major news organisations have still not caught up
'If women are dying as a result of it, then I should report about it' - telling the untold stories of Cameroon
Journalists like Comfort Mussa, based in Cameroon, say that seeking out the untold stories of real people and having the bravery to cover taboo subjects are essential to their work
Working as a journalist is not easy for people with disabilities in Cameroon - many of whom are forced to work as volunteers for years to ‘prove’ themselves able to do the job
Cameroon’s anglophone crisis has resulted in large parts of the country becoming no-go zones for reporters who must find other ways to do their jobs
How do you mark yourself as a professional reporter in Cameroon when everyone has a Facebook page and claims to be a ‘journalist’?