Ray Mwareya

I am a freelance journalist for Thomson Reuters, New Arab Media, and Remedy Health New York and a member of the US State Department Foreign Press Association. 

I cover technology, public health, economics, climate change, food security, migration and climate change topics.

I have specialist knowledge and media contacts in Southern Africa, Canada, and the US. My work appears in The Guardian, The Financial Times, Chiba Radio International, Yale e360 Magazine, Thomson Reuters News, Radio Netherlands, New Arab Magazine, Remedy Health Media, Friends of Canada Broadcasting and others. 

I am available 24 hours for any project on web, radio or TV media assignment. I am also flexible as an expert analyst and opinion shaper in the topics I cover. 

I am also a receiver of The UN Correspondents Association Media Prize, The ILO Global Migration Fairly Reporting Prize and the Dag Hammarskjold United Nation Media Fellowship.






Fruit farmers in Somalia are defying bombs, terror, corruption and intimidation to expand their plots and exports thus reviving hope and critical incomes.


Immigrant young women working illegally in South Africa smuggle back their newly born babies across dangerous borders because they cant afford maternity care.


Young boys abducted all over Southern Africa to work as captives under Johannesburg's old derelict gold mines.


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