The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Burundi Train the Trainer on Investigative & Environmental Data Journalism

A specialised course designed in partnership with Ajebudi-Yaga for participants who are starting their journey in data and investigative journalism under the Open Climate Reporting Initiative (OCRI) and will emerge trainers of the subject in Burundi

Class duration: 6hrs x 2 days

Level of participation: very high. Hands-on, assignment of training trials, screen shares, regular Q&As and participants contributions.

Participants will come away with the skills to start gathering, interviewing and presenting data for environmental reporting projects as well as relevant techniques to transfer knowledge to others.

Technical Requirements

This training will need participants to have the following software/apps/tools on their computer:

MS Excel 2016 or newer (If do not have access to Excel, there is a free trial version available).

Madeleine Ngeunga

Madeleine Ngeunga is a Cameroonian data journalist specialising in environment and human rights. Currently a fellow at the Pulitzer Center's Rainforest Investigation Network and editor of InfoCongo, Madeleine combines fieldwork and satellite data analysis to produce in-depth articles.

Maxime Koami Domegni

Based in Dakar Senegal, Maxime is the Francophone Africa Editor for the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN). He is a journalist with years of experience in investigative journalism. Maxime has worked in, and collaborated with, a number of different media organisations, including the CIJ’s Francophone Africa Investigative Practice programme held in February 2022.


  • 5 September 2022 Central Africa Time (UTC+2)
  • 6 September 2022 Central Africa Time (UTC+2)
Central Africa Time (UTC+2)