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Ten Yemeni journalists celebrate World Press Freedom Day
May 11, 2020
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Ten Yemeni journalists involved in the humanitarian journalism YMER+ project, which is financed by the EU and put in place by CFI, are filmed reflecting upon World Press Freedom Day.
On World Press Freedom Day, these journalists describe the importance of the media and the benefits that their work brings for the people of Yemen. Every day, they produce humanitarian information that is useful for everyday life that has been disrupted by the crisis.
These journalists work hard to produce humanitarian information for the people of Yemen that is useful for their everyday lives that have been disrupted by the crisis. Their articles and reports are available on the sawtinsan.net platform as well as on the Sawt Insan, SEMC and Al-Mushahid Facebook pages.
They are from the north and south of Yemen and more specifically from the following five governorates: Sana'a, Al Hudaydah, Taiz, Aden and Hadhramaut. The journalists mainly talk about the importance of the media and the benefits that their work brings for the people of Yemen.
These Yemeni media professionals are involved in the humanitarian journalism project YMER+ (Yemen Media Emergency Response), which is financed by the European Union and put in place by CFI.