Jane Labous is an award-winning broadcaster and photo-journalist who has worked as a correspondent and on radio documentaries all over West Africa. She is also Africa press office for the child rights organisation Plan International.
Jane is actively involved in advocacy and campaigning work on rights and development issues, particularly those related to African affairs and the global drowning issue.
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