TI-MG launched on 23 March-6 May 2020 its second edition of the “Malina Grand Prize for Investigative Journalism”. 5 journalistic productions were submitted for this purpose. After a jury’s analysis and deliberation, 3 of them were awarded on 18 June 2020 at Havana Resort Ambohidahy. The article by Philiberte Amiko and Robert Namearison won first prize.
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The winning journalists
Three journalistic productions stood out in the “Malina Grand Prize for Investigative Journalism” competition. The first prize was awarded to the article co-written by Philiberte Amiko and Robert Namearison entitled “Fitantananana ny CHRR Morondava: mbola ahitana fanodikodinam-bola indray”.
In addition, the article “Corruption dans les hôpitaux publics: Trafics de médicaments, la double peine pour les patients” written by Elise Nandrasanela won second prize. The third prize went to the article written by Harynah Ramanantsoa entitled “Kolikoly sy fandikan-dalàna: Moto nogiazana entin’ny zandary manao ny asany”.
The second edition of the competition
TI-MG launched on 23 March – 6 May 2020 its second edition of the “Malina Grand Prize for Investigative Journalism” competition. The theme of the competition was “Corruption Published in 2019”.
This second edition aimed to promote investigative journalism in Madagascar as well as to highlight Malagasy journalistic work.
Five journalistic productions were submitted. 3 of them have distinguished themselves as the best investigative journalism.
About the TI-MG Association
The TI-MG Association, working since 2000 in the fight against corruption and the promotion of human rights, has been the principles of transparency, accountability and integrity in Madagascar, created the MALINA network in the month of November 2018.
The main goal of the MALINA network is to provide Malagasy journalists interested in working in the field ofJournalistic investigation, material, logistical and legal support, training modules and coaching to enable them to produce quality articles and reports on the theme of corruption.
These journalistic investigations, which are published on the website www.malina.mg, in turn provide TI-MG with concrete evidence to guide its advocacy and lobbying work.