HumAngle First Accountability Newsletter


Our global media partner HumAngle presents their inaugural 'Accountability Newsletter' to provide updates on their ongoing investigations in Northwest Africa.

June 2022

HumAngle Accountability


Latest On Our Fellows And Our Work Of Enhancing Accountability In The Northeast

Welcome to the first edition of the HumAngle Accountability Newsletter. Our monthly publication keeps you abreast of the happenings with our inaugural fellowship as they work towards enhancing the lives of the people in their communities in areas of security, development, and humanitarian issues.

Over the past month, our Investigative Champions went through a rigorous training programme in Abuja and returned home with fresh eyes and renewed curiosity about the happenings within the thematic areas of the fellowship. 

Click this link to meet our passionate fellows and the work they’ve done. You should also subscribe to our newsletter to follow all they have been up to in enhancing the processes of transparency in their communities.

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What Is The Fellowship All About?
HumAngle felt there is a need for the stories of the Northeast to be told by those from the region, and who live within the communities as well. Nine young and passionate individuals from across Borno Adamawa and Yobe were selected. They will be trained to report issues around the following thematic focus areas:
Accountability and Whistleblowing at the grassroots, tracking of humanitarian and security-related funding, tracking and reporting cases of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and the impact of climate change on vulnerable populations and mitigation efforts.

Our fellows will be equipped with the knowledge and resources they need to identify gaps, especially in areas of service delivery, so that in the long run, the region becomes a safer, more resilient place, and hold those responsible for the long-lasting insecurity, displacement and other humanitarian crises are brought to light.

Read the full newsletter here

What are they up to?

Hasana Alkali, Yobe South

“I’m presently tracking the budget allocation under the humanitarian sector in respect of relief materials that are distributed to conflict-affected persons in Yobe, focusing more on my senatorial zone....
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Our Other Projects

The OSIWA Missing Persons Amplification Project
HumAngle in partnership with the Open Society for West Africa (OSIWA), is documenting missing people across the Northeast, who have mostly vanished due to abductions by both state and non-state actors and displacement from their home communities mostly due to the activities of the Boko Haram insurgent group...
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ATJLF’s Mediatising Transitional Justice Efforts in Northeast Nigeria

In partnership with Africa Transitional Justice Efforts in Northeast Nigeria, HumAngle is working to bring attention to the transitional justice activities in the region through in-depth reports and multimedia elements...

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