ZAMI Reports

We tell the African story, the African way. Changing the African narrative with an eco-system of change makers and solutions journalists

About Us

News Agency in Ghana

About Us

We are Female

To be the go-to platform for anything about gender, children, environment, minority, and indigenous people news.

To change the narrative about Africa with an eco-system of change makers and solutions journalists through training of journalists and providing mentorship through their journeys

We cover these;

  • Climate Change
  • Environment
  • Biodiversity
  • Gender


A few of our projects

We partnered the Centre for Journalism Innovation and Development to equip journalists in Ghana to report on the impacts and consequences of climate change, policy measures and inaction taken by their respective governments, global and transnational negotiations, and local solutions currently in place in these nations

ZAMI Reports in 2022 trained selected journalists in Ghana on gender-sensitive reporting organised by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

We partnered GhanaFact in 2020 in an European Union funded fact checking project during Ghana’s 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. Our founder was among the fact checkers selected across Ghana to support GhanaFact curb the influx of fake news before, during, and after the elections.

ZAMI Reports in partnership with Africa No Filter serves as a publishing agency of stories by the freelancers of ANF since 2020.

Ghana Institute of Journalism, Ghana Statistical Service, and the United Nations Development Programme selected ZAMI Reports in 2022 to serve as a trainer for its certificate programme dubbed “Data Storytelling”. We trained journalists in making sense with data and how to tell stories with big data in the thirteen weeks programme.

In 2021 and 2022, ZAMI Reports’ editor served as a media trainer for the JHR’s Mobilizing Media to Fighting COVID-19 project. The website served as a publisher for stories from ten trainees under the project.

In 2021, ZAMI Reports partnered the International Consortium for Investigative Journalists for the publication of the Pandora Papers investigative stories in Ghana. The editor Zubaida Mabuno Ismail was among the investigative journalists that investigated the leaked documents about offshore companies.





Prince Kwame Tamakloe, a reporter for ZAMI Reports and a trainee under the MMFC was adjourned the second best in the 2021 Merck Foundation awards for his story written as part of the mentorship by ZAMI Reports.
Beatrice Spio-Garbrah of the Media General Group and a trainee under the MMFC was adjourned the Best Reporter for TV category in the 2021 Merck Foundation media awards.
Our trainees Mohammed Fugu, Albert Ansah, Komla Adom, and Prince Kwame Tamakloe received awards from the Ghana Journalists Association in the 2022 award year.


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