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Nita Bhalla

Nita Bhalla

Nita Bhalla covers disasters and conflicts, development, womens rights, climate change and governance. She is a former Reuters political and general news correspondent and has worked in India, east and southern Africa and the Indian Ocean region. Nita started her career in 1999 with the BBC in Ethiopia.

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A health worker receives the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine under the COVAX scheme against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya March 5, 2021.

Africans Slam Rich Nations for Blocking Access to Generic COVID-19 Vaccines

Africa has received only 0.2% of 300 million coronavirus vaccine doses administered worldwide while Western members of the World Trade Organization seek to defend their patent rights.
Nelson Ole Reiyia, founder of the Nashulai Maasai Conservancy,  distributes food rations to community members at the conservancy located near the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Narok county, Kenya on July 14, 2020. |THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Nita Bhalla

Kenya's Indigenous Maasai Find New Ways to Overcome Pandemic's Impact on Tourism

As the coronavirus pandemic has dried up vital tourist dollars for Kenya's Maasai, one entrepreneur is finding ways to diversify sources of income for a community-run conservancy.
Community health volunteer Everlyne Akinyi Omondi talks to residents about the dangers of COVID-19 in Kawangware informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya on May 27, 2020. | THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Nita Bhalla

Africa's Unsung Army of Women Wage War on COVID-19

Community health workers are the foot soldiers – mostly female – who are known in the neighbourhood and trusted to save lives.
RCHIVE PHOTO: A Kenyan woman prepares ribbons ahead of World Aids Day in Nairobi, November 25, 2004. | REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

Lockdowns Block LGBT+ People with HIV from Receiving Medicine

Lockdowns are preventing LGBT+ people with HIV from getting the life-saving treatment they need.
India's Female Firefighters Extinguish Gender Stereotypes
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Women Firefighters Battle Child Marriage in India

Battling age-old patriarchal attitudes in her village, Nirma Chaudhary has become one of Rajasthan's first female firefighters in addition to being a wife and a mother. 
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