Meet Portia Gabor! An Alumni of the Media Capacity Building Initiative for Reporting on Disability by YALI TV under the auspices of the U.S. Embassy Ghana.Portia is a Senior Broadcast Journalist, Producer and News Anchor at TV3 Network Limited in Accra-Ghana. Portia joined TV3 in 2007, carving a niche for herself through reporting mainly on persons living with disability, the vulnerable in society as well as development journalism.

Portia’s report on disability also led to the discovery of a blind school dropout, Adelaide the seer, who is now a music sensation in Ghana.

In 2021, Portia participated in the MCBIRD fellowship and was awarded Best Journalist for Reporting on Disability in her cohort.

About Us

YALI TV is the premier television platform showcasing inspiring and informative stories of Young Africans across the continent and beyond. The initiative would also develop media content that is best in value-based leadership to stream online via social media and on selected television channels across Africa. YALI TV is situated in Accra Ghana operational from the YALI RLC West Africa office at GIMPA, Accra-Ghana.

OUR REACH
YALI TV is the first TV platform dedicated primarily to the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) to broadcast globally the impacts and efforts of leading change by fellows of the network. It would also capture stories of other young changemakers on the continent, in the diaspora, and in the rest of the world.

We would reach our global audience through a 24hour online stream at www.yalitvonline.com, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on other airing networks, making YALI TV accessible anywhere in the world. YALI TV is also partnering with other mainstream media channels in Ghana, the West African Sub-region and across the continent to expand our reach.

Recent Programs

 
Young Africa Media Fellowship
MCBIRD
Black History Festival
Made In Africa Expo
 

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YALI TV & Partners are set to host the Young Africa Media Summit 2022 Edition. The...

MEDIA IN AFRICA TAKES CENTER STAGE AT BHF 2022

Day 3 of the Black History Festival commenced with an opening speech from Mr. Stephen...

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The second day commenced with an opening speech from Mr. Stephen Selasie Asuo, the Coordinator...

BHF Commences Trade & Dev’t Talks in the U.S

The first edition of the Black History Festival took place at the African Union Representational...

THE PRESIDENCY OF GHANA HOSTS THE BHF TEAM

The Diaspora Affairs Directorate at the Office of the President of the Republic of Ghana...

YAMF 2022 KICKS START WITH ORIENTATION

The Young Africa Media Fellowship (YAMF) on Thursday, April 14, 2022, held a virtual orientation...

LIBERIA: NAYMOTE HOST ITS FIRST YOUNG POLITICAL LEADERSHIP SCHOOL AFRICA REGIONAL SUMMIT IN SIERRA LEONE

The 3 days summit convenes young politicians and youth organizations with a passion for supporting...

AFRICAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GHANA CELEBRATES “BLACK OURSTORY MONTH”

The African American Association of Ghana (AAAG) is celebrating Black History Month with its official...

All set for first edition of Black History Festivals in Washington DC

As part of the celebration of strong ties between the governments of the United States...

Black History Festival Orientation Held At Ghana Investment Promotion Centre Auditorium

The Black History Festival on Friday, February 4, 2022, held an orientation at the Ghana...