More Innovative Journalism For and By the People of Ghana More Innovative Journalism For and By the People of Ghana
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More Innovative Journalism For and By the People of Ghana
We also cover stories on innovation and relevant current affairs in Ghana. Right now, there is a huge energy crisis here, as well as a despicable state of waste management in cities. At an old land fill site, we found a woman who lives and cooks with the methane gas produced from the heat of the garbage. While this could be dangerous, Loud Silence goes further to explore how capitalizing on this on a large scale could possibly solve Ghana's energy and waste management issues at once.
Loud Silence is always working. We have three stories currently in the works right now and we are doing everything possible to grow, so that we can give opportunities, real jobs, to motivated young journalists just like us with a passion for telling the stories that matter to real people. If you'd like to get behind us, support our Kickstarter project.
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