PLP News: African Photojournalism Database
Photo: Jodi Windvogel.
The African Photojournalism Database (APJD) is a directory of emerging and professional African visual journalists reporting on cultural, economic, environmental, political and social issues on the continent, as well as sports, nature, and stories of everyday life. There are over 500 photographers currently listed on the database. See the list of members.
The African Photojournalism Database is a joint project of the World Press Photo Foundation and Everyday Africa, launched in August 2016. It was created to help photographers and visual journalists better connect to the international media economy. It also helps international media better understand the issues and projects that you as African visual journalists consider important and have covered.