Anastasia Moloney | KCET
Based in Bogota, Anastasia Moloney is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Latin America and Caribbean correspondent. She reports on humanitarian affairs from across the region, and the impact of natural disasters and conflicts on local communities. She also covers good governance and women's rights issues, particularly reproductive rights, for TrustLaw, the foundation's legal news service. Moloney specializes in news about the humanitarian impact of Colombia’s nearly 50-year conflict, of which displacement is a key consequence. She also focuses on foreign donor aid to Haiti and the reconstruction effort in the Caribbean nation following the massive 2010 earthquake. Prior to joining the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2009, Moloney was a freelance journalist covering political, social and business news from the Andean region for the Financial Times, and other British media and publications in the U.S. She has lived in Colombia since 2002.
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