Anibe Idajili is an independent Nigerian journalist whose work centers on the human cost of poor health care and has appeared in TechCity, TheCable, TechNext, She Leads Africa, BeFantastico, African Women in Media, YaLa Africa Press, Sabinews, and the Ebedi Literary Journal. Idajili has been a fellow with Voices for Change, WanaData-GMMP, and the African Academy for Open Source Investigation, as well as first runner-up at the African Women in Media’s 2020 Pitch Zone Awards. Her work on vaccine hesitancy for the Internews Health Journalism Network in 2021 explored conspiracy theories in Nigeria and how religion can be used to stoke unfounded fears about vaccines, a topic she hopes to explore more deeply through PRB’s Public Health Reporting Corps program.