Friday, 22 Nov 2013

Data journalism has transformed my storytelling

By Jimmy Makhulo,

Driven by too many questions on health financing in a devolved system of government, The Standard Investigative Journalist Paul Wafula turned to data journalism for answers.

“I have come to appreciate what we have been missing in our reporting because the story I have done, if I had done it without data, my email would be full of questions,” says Wafula, who is also an Internews in Kenya Data Journalism Fellow.

Find out how he did the cross platform, multimedia story, which was published as a series in The Standard newspaper and on Standard Digital

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