We are proud to announce the launch of our subscription-based service, HumAngle+. With a commitment to fostering a comprehensive understanding of conflict, development, and humanitarian issues in Africa, this offering promises to deliver exclusive in-depth analysis and enriched perspectives.
The new subscription-based service launches on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2023, and will offer more in-depth and data-driven insights mainly for the purpose of research and policymaking.
It will not replace HumAngle Media’s regular website that offers in-depth reports and investigations, which will remain free to access.
With HumAngle+, subscribers will gain exclusive access to a new dimension of reports. The dedication to uncovering Africa’s hidden truths and presenting unbiased, comprehensive analysis remains unwavering.
Speaking ahead of the launch, HumAngle Media’s CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Ahmad Salkida, expressed hope at the impact he believes the project will have.
“We have walked a long road to get here, and I am confident that HumAngle+ will have a huge impact on the security and humanitarian sectors in Africa. The business strategy was the outcome of a year-long intensive process in collaboration with the Google News Initiative, which generously co-funded the process with HumAngle.
“We do realise that we are walking into a new territory and while we recognise the challenges ahead, we are very confident in the work we have put into it and how much positive change we can bring to the ecosystem,” he said.
Key Benefits of HumAngle+
Exclusive Analysis: Subscribers will delve into in-depth analyses and expert insights that showcase the motivations behind conflicts, development, gender and human rights in Nigeria and Africa and the broader implications for the affected regions.
Policy Briefs: Subscribers will get access to policy briefs for research and policymaking purposes in the areas of conflict, gender, development, and human rights.
Visual & Interactive Storytelling: Subscribers will enjoy access to engaging multimedia content, including videos, infographics, and interactive maps, bringing reports to life, and enhancing understanding and engagement.
Free Trial: Subscribers will get a three-month free trial to enjoy the latest reports and articles, ensuring a comprehensive grasp of evolving situations.
The HumAngle+ service can be accessed via membership.humanglemedia.com.
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