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Constantin Yap is a Cameroonian journalist with more than 10 years of work experience and currently working at Radio Environment in Yaoundé. He specializes in stories on environmental protection issues, climate change, forest governance, the green economy, land rights, anti-poaching and much more. He is the president of An NGO on the environmental communication Earth for the Future. In addition, he is also the technical assistant of the network ReRaC which is a Network of the community and local radios for the good governance and sustainable management of the natural resources.
Soila Esther is a Freelance journalist From Nairobi, Kenya. She started her journalism career at Daystar University by being an editor for school publications such as Involvement Newspaper and Daystar Oracle, where she later obtained a B.A. in Mass Communication from Daystar University with additional credentials in graphic design.
Fulbert ADJIMEHOSSOU is a reporter at the Fraternité Press Group in Cotonou. He holds a Master’s degree in Geography and has been in charge on environment issues of the journal Fraternité for three years.
Andrew Mtupanyama is a Malawian journalist working for Nation Publications Limited (NPL) in Blantyre, Malawi. He holds a Diploma in Graphic Media (Malawi Polytechnic), a Diploma in Computer Studies (National College for Information Technology) and a Certificate in Journalism (Malawi Institute of Journalism). He is a features writer with a passion for telling stories that affect people. He usually takes a people-centred approach to stories. Andrew uses the same approach in the Do It Yourself column which he writes in the Nation On Sunday. During his years as a journalist, he has focused on slowing down the rate of environmental degradation or provided space to the alternative view in debates on proposed natural resource exploitation projects in Malawi.
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