Anders Kelto

correspondent and editor for NPR’s global health and development team

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Anders Kelto is "PRI's The World’s" Africa Correspondent, based in Cape Town, South Africa. His primary focus is on health and development, and he also covers breaking news, politics, and culture. He has reported on everything from medical circumcision in rural South Africa, to media reforms in Zimbabwe, to discrimination against HIV-positive pregnant women in Kenya, to the disappearance of traditional names in Ethiopia. 

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NPR’s Anders Kelto recently returned from a two week reporting trip to Sierra Leone, one of three countries hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic.

Reporting on Ebola in Sierra Leone

NPR’s Anders Kelto recently returned from a two week reporting trip to Sierra Leone, one of three countries hardest hit by the Ebola epidemic.

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