Bangladesh has a vibrant media landscape with nearly 200 national newspapers and 30 TV stations, and the sector is growing rapidly. Together with our local partner MRDI, Fojo is working with the main media houses and the most skilled male andfemale journalists to improve investigative journalism in a five-year project initiated in 2016.

We believe that the journalists and editors themselves are the true experts who know how to make improvements, so the program is designed to meet the requirements from our partners and the activities are customized.

We provide support in the areas of media management, research and presentation techniques, safety and security and ethics in reporting, with a constant focus on achieving results through getting more and better investigative stories published in Bangladeshi media.

Investigative Journalism from Bangladesh

Stories from Bangladesh

  • Time to End Ignoring Risks

    It was a fairly quite morning in Karwanbazar, the media hub in heartland of a commercial district in Dhaka. It was relatively much quieter than any other day because Fridays were the first of two-day ...

  • Stolen Babies – A story by News24

    For most of the world, the idea that staff at a hospital where you give birth would sell your baby sounds like an urban myth or a plot of a B movie. For a Bangladeshi, it is a newspaper report that ra...

  • Mentoring Young Investigative Reporters in Bangladesh: My Few Takeaways

    “I have never done a story on gender before. So, I am unsure how to go about it. There may be many areas where I can go wrong and it makes me feel a little nervous,” said Saurav Rahaman of Maasranga T...

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