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jessica tradati

Jessica Tradati is a journalist based in Benin, west Africa. She has a Bachelor Degree in Languages and cultural studies, and an MA in International Journalism taken at City University London (First-class Honours). She's written for leading international media such as The Independent, Vanity Fair, Wired, The Kathmandu Post, IoDonna, The Great Outdoors. She was based in Nepal until recently were she experienced the 25 April devastating earthquake, reported the issue and founded a relief project called Nepal Needs Help that raised €30,000 within the first few months from the disaster. She is now living in Benin where she freelances.

 
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Tunnel shelters in Dukuchhap

Hawley maps a different terrain The Nepal Scene: Chronicles of Elizabeth Hawley, a two-volume tome, should prove useful to anyone interested in reading about, in microscopic detail, the political events that took place in Nepal between 1998 and 2007

Nepal reconstruction works in the aftermath of its deadliest earthquake in 80 years

Nepal post-earthquake: child trafficking increases

Cambodia: The story of Shrey, from waste picker to goldsmith

In Nepal al momento del terremoto c'era anche una giovane giornalista italiana, Jessica Tradati, collaboratrice del Kathmandu Post. E' ancora là per raccontare quello che sta succedendo e aiutare la popolazione. Silvia Balducci l'ha contattata via Skype. - See more at: http://www.rainews.it/dl/rainews/media/Nepal-Jessica-Tradati-giornalista-del-Kathmandu-Post-Qui-manca-tutto-Resto-per-aiutare-0b2fccf8-2706-4c9c-8b18-93b299dadcd9.html

The fishing industry needs new frontiers to provide for the increasing global demand of fish, but is this mild white fish the answer?

Mount Everest's deadliest avalanche killed 16 Sherpas last month and has left Nepal's climbing season at a standstill

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