Ingrid Gercama is a journalist / anthropologist currently based in The Netherlands. Previously based in Liberia and Sierra Leone, she mainly reports from Africa and the Middle East on health, gender and violence. Her work has been published amongst others in the Sunday Times, Guardian, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Mo*, New Internationalist, Parool, Volkskrant, Reformatorisch Dagblad, Groene Amsterdammer, NPR, VICE, VersPers. Ingrid won the 2015 Lorenzo Natali prize for her coverage of the Ebola crisis in West Africa. She reported as a Pulitzer Grant Grantee in 2017 and is a Free Press Unlimited Reporting Fellow for 2018.
Article for IRIN on the anniversary of the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
Principal, Harper. Liberia.
Article for the Süddeutsche Zeitung in collaboration and funding from the Pulitzer Centre for Crisis Reporting.
Article for the Guardian on illegal logging in Malawi.