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A selection of pieces for newspaper, online and magazines. In addition to my reporting work, I have worked as a researcher and analyst on issues including conflict, sexual violence and urban poverty. I have also written on energy, mining, telecommunications, the media, infrastructure and the financial sector as a market analyst in emerging economies.

2017

Project Zero for the Huffington Post (as editor or co-reporter/photographer/videographer): 
How This Woman’s Eyelashes Nearly Blinded Her – words by Hannah McNeish, 22 June 2017
This Woman Lived In A Cave Without Health Care While A Parasite Ate At Her Face – words by Hannah McNeish, 23 May 2017
When Getting Health Care Means Hiking Through A Leopard’s Hunting Ground – words by Hannah McNeish, 19 May 2017
Why People With A Treatable Flesh-Eating Disease Don’t Want The Cure – with Hannah McNeish, 19 May 2017
This Woman Survived One Of The Deadliest Snake Attacks – words by Hannah McNeish, 18 May 2017
A Heartbreaking Look At Leprosy In 2017 – words by Sara Perria, 26 April 2017
When Bullets Fly, These Medics Grab Their Packs And Treat Patients On The Run – words by Jessica Hatcher-Moore, 30 March 2017
Rabies Kills 189 People Every Day. Here’s Why You Never Hear About It – words by Jessica Hatcher-Moore, 7 March 2017

Other outlets:

Individual Leaders with an International Voice, German Marshall Fund of the United States, 30 June 2017 (blogging as a Spring 2017 Marshall Memorial Fellow)

2016

Democracy, forests and finance: the tech making Africa a better placeThe Guardian, 11 August 2016
Africa calling: mobile phone revolution to transform democraciesThe Guardian, 8 August 2016
From Nollywood to Shujaaz: how the internet is shaking up African entertainmentThe Guardian, 6 August 2016
The web startups looking to cash in on 1 billion African consumersThe Guardian, 4 August 2016
Could bitcoin change the game in Africa?The Guardian, 3 August 2016
From killing machines to agents of hope: the future of drones in Africa, The Guardian, 27 July 2016
Africa's top 10 tech pioneers: 'We have become an internet-consuming culture', The Guardian, 25 July 2016
Can the internet reboot Africa?, The Guardian, 25 July 2016
Somaliland faces ‘explosion’ of mental health conditions, The Guardian, 22 January 2016

2015

Changing Kenya's education by phone, BBC, 3 November 2015
“In Somaliland, there is very little knowledge about mental illness”, Al Jazeera English, 29 October 2015
The 7,000-mile trip Britain's stolen cars are now taking... all the way to UgandaThe Independent, 5 September 2015
Barack Obama in Kenya: US President tells young people to build a future in AfricaThe Independent, 26 July 2015
Kenya's Joy As Obama Visits Father's Homeland, Sky News, 25 July 2015
Refugee: Escaping Burundi's political violence, Al Jazeera English, 23 June 2015
Hundreds of lone Burundian children flee to RwandaThe Guardian, 10 June 2015

2014

'I was looking at his face. He looked at me and he fired': Westgate victim describes terror attack that killed his wifeThe Daily Telegraph, 21 September 2014
Kenya: mothers and children scratch a living on Eldoret dumpThe Guardian, 1 September 2014
US doctor working in Liberia contracts ebolaThe Daily Telegraph, 27 July 2014
Ebola claims first victim in Africa's largest city, The Daily Telegraph, 26 July 2014
Britain extends travel warning on Kenyan coast to include Lamu, The Daily Telegraph, 12 July 2014
Kenyan president blames 'local political networks' for coastal attacksThe Guardian, 17 June 2014
Kenya is a war zone, warns al-Shabaab after Somali Islamists massacre 48, The Guardian, 16 June 2014
Poachers kill one of the world's largest elephants in Kenya, The Sunday Telegraph, 14 June 2014  
Kenya couple deny murder in FGM caseThe Guardian, 4 June 2014
Teaching Difficult Histories: Rwanda's Post-Genocide ExperienceNational Geographic, 29 April 2014

2013

Abdul Haji: 'The thought that I might die at Westgate mall never crossed my mind'The Observer, 8 December 2013
Mandela: A statesman who built a nation on the platform of his characterChristian Science Monitor, 5 December 2013
Kenya mall attack: Mother who negotiated with terrorist to spare children tells of ordealThe Sunday Telegraph, 6 October 2013
Nairobi mall attack: American family in emotional reunion with rescue hero Abdul HajiThe Daily Telegraph, 30 September 2013
Kenya terror attack: the infighting and chaos that allowed deadly siege to drag on, The Sunday Telegraph, 29 September 2013
Somalia to receive €1.8bn from donors under three-year reconstruction planThe Guardian, 17 September 2013
Analysis: Barclays to cut Somalia's remittance "lifeline", IRIN, 4 July 2013
Barclays set to exit Somali remittance businessFT's This is Africa, 4 July 2013
The Bitter Taste of BiofuelsThink. Magazine, 16 June 2013
Woolwich attack: UK 'took fears over suspected killer lightly'The Sunday Telegraph, 26 May 2013
Woolwich attack: soldier's 'killer' in dock on terror link three years agoThe Sunday Telegraph, 26 May 2013
Britain 'should apologise for colonial injustices' says Kenyan commissionThe Daily Telegraph, 22 May 2013
Analysis: Somali security sector reform, IRIN, 13 May 2013
'The future of Somalia is at stake', says presidentThe Sunday Telegraph, 5 May 2013
Kenya's Supreme Court upholds Uhuru Kenyatta's election winThe Sunday Telegraph, 31 March 2013
Kenya's Raila Odinga lodges legal challenge to election resultThe Daily Telegraph, 16 March 2013
Kenya election: Kenyatta declared victor as Odinga vows to appealThe Sunday Telegraph, 10 March 2013
Uhuru Kenyatta looks to have won Kenyan election with slimmest of marginsThe Daily Telegraph, 9 March 2013
Land holds key to Kenyan rivalries, Al Jazeera English, 4 March 2013
Kenya's slum dwellers fear violence as voting in presidential election to beginThe Sunday Telegraph, 3 March 2013
Alleged gang rape and suppression of press freedom in SomaliaNew Statesman, 1 February 2013
Suffer the ChildrenThink. Magazine, January 2013
Military drones to be thrown into fight to save Africa's White RhinosThe Sunday Telegraph, 6 January 2013

Pre-2013

US Embassy staff flee advancing rebel armyThe Times, 29 December 2012 (£)
‘Fragile’ Mandela forbidden to leave JohannesburgThe Times, 27 December 2012 (£)
Democratic Republic of Congo dismisses Goma withdrawal conditionsThe Daily Telegraph, 28 November 2012
Regional leaders call for Congo rebel withdrawal as humanitarian impact deepensThe Daily Telegraph, 24 November 2012
Rwanda and DRC trade accusations of shelling as tensions mountThe Daily Telegraph, 19 November 2012
Hay Festival Nairobi: Exciting times for literature in KenyaThe Daily Telegraph, 17 September 2012
Hay Festival Nairobi: Promoting a culture of readingThe Daily Telegraph, 14 September 2012
If all goes well, Somalia soon may have a governmentChristian Science Monitor, 24 July 2012
Islamist militants attack historic Timbuktu sitesThe Daily Telegraph, 1 July 2012
Kenyan police arrest Iranians suspected of terror plotThe Daily Telegraph, 22 June 2012
Judith Tebbutt: I didn't know my husband had been killed by my kidnappers for two weeksThe Daily Telegraph, 21 March 2012
Judith Tebbutt released by pirates after held hostage for six monthsThe Daily Telegraph, 21 March 2012
Somalia national theatre reopens after 20 yearsThe Daily Telegraph, 20 March 2012
CIA joins hunt for 7/7 widow who 'collaborated with terrorists'The Daily Telegraph, 1 March 2012
Top US General warns of coordination between al-Qaeda-linked African terror groupsThe Daily Telegraph, 1 March 2012
Massive al-Shabaab suicide bomb kills over 80 in Somali capital MogadishuThe Daily Telegraph, 4 October 2011
UN refugee agency warns of crisis 'of unimaginable proportions' in Somalia droughtThe Daily Telegraph, 6 July 2011
At least 20 killed in economic protests in Tunisia and AlgeriaThe Daily Telegraph, 10 January 2011
Two French hostages killed by al-Qaeda kidnappers during failed rescue attemptThe Sunday Telegraph, 9 January 2011
Ivory Coast president orders peacekeepers to leave as crisis escalatesThe Sunday Telegraph, 19 December 2010
Palestine's secret oasisNew Statesman, 4 December 2008

Profile on journalisted.com, for a comprehensive list of news reporting for UK media.