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Guardian's International Development Journalism Competition

May 31, 2012

The Guardian has published the "longlisted" amateur and professional entries for its International Development Journalism competition. Topics of the amateur entries include the health of prisoners in Kenya, health worker shortages, and unprotected sex in South Sudan. Topics of the professional entries include maternal mortality, the "brain drain" phenomenon, and Uganda's health care crisis (5/30).

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