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Cambodian Newspaper Moving Towards Financial Stability

09 Borom Case Study 2Six months after Borom Chea joined Cambodia’s Phnom Penh Post in 2012, he was promoted from sales manger to head of an entire department with a staff of 30. Since then, the inner-workings of his department have changed dramatically to allow for a sharp uptick in sales, greater responsibility for all staff members, and more acknowledgment when achievements are made.

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Climbing the ranks: WIN launches in South Africa

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Participants and staff of WIN South Africa.

The Women In News programme addresses the critical issue of gender parity at the management level in the African media industry by equipping women media professionals with the skills, strategies and confidence to move to greater levels of decision-making within their media companies.

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Zambian editor steering towards success

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WIN participants including Emelda Libanga pictured front row, center.

The Women In News programme addresses the critical issue of gender parity at the management level in the African media industry by equipping women media professionals with the skills, strategies and confidence to move to greater levels of decision- making within their media companies.

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Ecuador: International Pressure Helps Secure Press Freedom Win

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El Universo responds to a massive libel case that threatened the future of the paper.

WAN-IFRA has a global mandate to respond to media freedom violations and as a result deploys a range of advocacy measures to advance its work. WAN-IFRA operates globally with members, media freedom organisations, and strategic local, national and international partners to raise awareness and advocate for lasting change. In Ecuador, WAN-IFRA worked closely with independent media partners and civil society organizations to highlight government interference with press freedom both inside and outside of the country.

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‘Brothers from another mother': Southern African media companies paired for success

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Vincent Kahiya, editor-in-chief at Alpha Media Holdings in Zimbabwe.

Exploring a new angle on knowledge transfer, WAN-IFRA’s Executive Twinning Programme emphasizes the exchange of knowledge and creation of support systems between peers from similar markets facing familiar challenges. The programme promotes a south-south exchange that is rarely seen in the global media development context, and is driven by newspapers in emerging markets seeking to co-operate and learn from each other’s successes – and failures – to share best practice and guarantee a healthy business future.

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