Nebiat Assefa Melles is a video journalist and documentary film maker based in Kigali, Rwanda. Her recent documentary “Blue Devil” has won the Knight Award for Best reporting in Science and Environment, also got nominated as Best Short Documentary at Pan Africa Film Festival, Montreal Black Film Festival, Best Short Fest and San Diageo Black Film Festival. Nebat has spent eight years reporting and producing documentaries at the national media, Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation, where she was named Producer of the Year in 2011 and 2012. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and specialized in Documentary Filmmaking. Her First Masters was in Theatre and Development from Addis Ababa University and got her bachelor's degree in Theater Arts at Addis Ababa University.
Started in 2017, this project, funded by the African Development Fund and led by the Rwanda Transport and Development Agency, connects Rwanda and Uganda at Kagitumba and extends to Rwanda and Tanzania at Rusumo.
In 2016, 15-year-old Pearl was kidnapped as she walked to school. At that time, police in Vallejo tracked the kidnapper all the way to South California, but the suspect was killed in a shootout. A family searches for answers about their little girl's life
For the last 50 years, USGS has been collecting data, monitors and analyzes on water, earth, and biological science.
Tideline Marine Group launched a new Richmond-to-San Francisco water taxi today. The commuter service will run Mondays through Fridays on three vessels that will transport passengers between Marina Bay and San Francisco’s Pier 1.5.
To improve the fishery industry, in 2004 small scale traditional fisheries from southwest Madagascar started using 2- to 6-month closures on the octopus. As a result of this success, the community began to focus on sustainable fishing.
Frankincense and myrrh are perhaps best known for their biblical connotations. But this tree has been across the world for over 6,000 years. But despite recent attempts to protect these trees, they could soon be headed for extinction.
An invasive plant is spreading across Ethiopia's largest lake. This film takes you to the frontline of this environmental catastrophe and how the community is working to stop this plant and save the lake.