Pakistan is considered as the world’s most dangerous country for the press. Journalists in the country remain most vulnerable to the internal conflict, repression and violence. In recent killings, much of the blame goes to the surge in inefficient and inadequate law and order situation. Suicide bombings, abductions and cross-fires make it all the while difficult for the journalists to practice their profession. Meanwhile, the media houses in Pakistan continue to fail in providing adequate security to their staff in form of trainings, safety equipments, flak/bullet-proof jackets…

Why AGAHI?

We have a capacity of over 20,000 journalists/media professionals – signed for up our Media Development Initiative – all desperately in need to be trained and exposed to opportunities where they can connect their content to the global agenda.

Our Investigative Journalism and Responsible Reporting prgramme plays a very vital role in promoting a healthy democracy; it acts as watchdog, holding those in positions of authority accountable for any wrongdoing, it stands up for public interest, and campaigns for appropriate reforms.

AGAHI helps content creators develop knowledge footprint both off and online.

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