FCAEA Urges Respectful Debate on Media Coverage in …

16 JANUARY 2019 – NAIROBI The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa (FCAEA) would like to express its deep condolences to the people of Kenya for the appalling terror attack on the Dusit D2 Hotel on Riverside. We understand these attacks send shockwaves not just through the communities of those directly affected, but across the city and the country as a whole, and can have a traumatising impact on many… View Post

Thank you for your support!

From advocating for press freedom, to providing security training and emergency intervention, the FCAEA works to support more than 500 journalists operating in the region. We’d like to thank those who supported our programming by donating to our annual raffle. Tanzania’s charter airline Auric – Tanzania’s preferred corporate and safari airline with a wide network of domestic scheduled services.  From its bases at Mwanza Airport – Mwanza, Julius Nyerere International Airport… View Post

Book Launch: First Raise A Flag

*image by Ben Curtis To mark the launch of Peter Martell’s book in Nairobi, the FCAEA hosted a moderated discussion on the hopes for a lasting peace in South Sudan, with the author and a panel of regional experts. Over 60 people joined us for the chat and got signed copies of the book which were available for sale at The Alchemist on Thursday November 8th. In October, the FCAEA… View Post