Mohamed Mahmud is an Entrepreneur, Digital Marketer, Documentary Producer and an international broadcast journalist who, through his works, has provided relevant, insightful and in-depth coverage of events in Africa and beyond. Mohamed has managed the coordination of the editorial desk of Switch TV and the news gathering process by aggressively and decisively taking lead in planning coverage of breaking news, leading the newsroom team on news bulletins from planning to airing, as well as actualizing documentaries or mini-documentaries. As an international broadcast journalist, Mohamed is also tasked responsibilities of producing, writing and reporting news, features, and documentaries for television, radio, and digital platforms. From politics to culture, he unearths outstanding stories from diverse topics with the aim of telling the African story. Additionally, Mohamed has undergone through hostile environment reporting training, as well as completed a course on digital journalism. Among his biggest stories, he covered the capturing of the last al-Shabaab city of Barawe by AMISOM in September 2014, the armed group that continues to cause havoc in the Horn of Africa and the attack on Westgate Mall, the deadliest attack in Kenya since the 1998 bombing of US. Embassy. Mohamed has produced, contributed and assisted in the production of news items with giant media houses including TRT World, Press TV, Voice of America and TVC News Nigeria.
The World Cancer Survivors day. In Kenya, 34 out of every 100,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer. For many women the removal of a breast is more than a physical loss - in some communities there's a stigma attached. Now, one women's group in
"It was faster to cook using charcoal... you can't cook some foods like beans with a kerosene stove," says Jalmonique Ogalo, a Nairobi resident, who now uses kerosene to cook. Mohamed Mahmud reports.
Another body has been found in the ongoing recovery operations after Kenya's Patel dam burst on Wednesday. That brings the death toll to 45. Dozens more are still missing, and the government has started to release water from other dams in the Rift Valley to avoid further danger. Mohamed Mahmud reports.
Sunday is World Cancer Survivors Day. In Kenya, 34 out of every 100,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer. For many women the removal of a breast is more than a physical loss - in some communities, there's a stigma attached. Now, one women's group in Nairobi is dedicated to helping breast cancer survivors fight stigma. Mohamed Mahmud reports.
© Medical Aid Films : Filamu ya Mafunzo kwa Waiguzi wa Fistula
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Cricket Farming in Kenya
Nigeria's President Muhamadou Buhari visits Kenya
Kenya Opposition Leaders demonstrate against Electoral body
A Litre Of Light: Using water bottles to light houses in Slums in Kenya
Ethiopia Gambella Attacks Phone Link
17 dead in al Shabaab attack on Mogadishu hotel.
Zimwi La Urithi: Je wafahamu kwamba kenya imechukua nambari ya tatu ulimwenguni kwa visa vya watu kuchukua hatua mikononi mwao na kusababisha kifo? Visa vya wananchi kusababisha vifo dhidi ya washukiwa wa uhalifu si geni nchini.
Jangwa La Mauti Part 2
Jangwa La Mauti Part 1
Familia za jamaa wanaodaiwa kukamatwa na maafisa wa usalama nchini Kenya na kuuliwa, wamejitokeza kuzungumzia masaibu yao. Kulingana na ripoti iliyotolewa siku ya Jummane na tume ya taifa ya haki za binadamu nchini humo, polisi na majeshi ya usalama wamekiuka haki za kibinadam katika vita dhidi ya ugaidi. Mohamed Mahmud ameandaa taarifa hiyo kutoka Nairobi.
World Dissability Day 2015: Martin Ngugi
Pope's Visit to Kenya
Life After the Alshabaab, Barawe, Somalia
The Fear of Number 13: Triskaedekaphobia
African Pride: Designer of African Union Emblem and Flag
Swimming with the Sharks
A second chance for baby Elephants