Born and raised in California, Micah Albert (b. 1979) studied and earned his B.A. in photography and graphic arts from Point Loma Nazarene University, Keller Visual Arts Center.
He covers news and produces feature stories all over the world including Africa and the Middle East for a variety of clients, including The New York Times, Newsweek, BBC World, Christian Science Monitor, The Washington Times, World Policy Journal, The Sacramento Bee, British Airways, Business Week, Runner's World, Lonely Planet, The North Face, WFP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNHCR, CARE, Save the Children, among others.
He has extensively covered Central and East Africa, notably DR Congo, Chad, and Sudan.. He has documented and published work on Sudanese & Chadian IDP insecurity, Kenyan post-election violence, active war zones in Sudan, Gender equality in Darfur refugee camps, maternal mortality rates in east Chad, global food crisis in Yemen, gender based violence in DRC, to name a few. He has also been interviewed on NPR and BBC World News.
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