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MISA Malawi at DW Global Media Forum 2021

MISA Malawi at GMF2021
18 Jun, 2021
MISA Malawi Chairperson Teresa Ndanga was one of the panelists in one of the sessions at a two-day DW Global Media Forum 2021.  During the session on ‘How to save lives and fight the infodemic through local media’ Tuesday, June 15, 2021, Ndanga talked about successes and challenges of Malawi media in times of Covid-19. […]

MISA Malawi Chairperson Teresa Ndanga was one of the panelists in one of the sessions at a two-day DW Global Media Forum 2021.  During the session on ‘How to save lives and fight the infodemic through local media’ Tuesday, June 15, 2021, Ndanga talked about successes and challenges of Malawi media in times of Covid-19. To follow what Ndanga said during the session, watch this video

Before the session, Ndanga also talked to DW’s Jennifer Pahlke and here is their conversation

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