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Katrina Manson

Sierra Leone Bradt Travel Guide

Katrina Manson is co-author of the Bradt Travel Guide to Sierra Leone, where she most recently spent two years reporting and researching the country’s only dedicated guidebook. She is also a British journalist and photojournalist who has reported from west Africa for the past four years, for Reuters and others, including The Independent, BBC News, New Statesman, This is Africa and ARISE on business, news and culture. She is Africa correspondent for Spectator Business and for Global Post and associate editor of Africa investor magazine. Her stories have covered elections in Burkina Faso, Mauritania and Sierra Leone, life under the Forces Nouvelles in Ivory Coast, mining in Guinea, fashion in Freetown and more. Her photos have been published by Reuters, BBC News, The Independent, Spectator, New Statesman, Christian Science Monitor, Wanderlust and others, and she is a brand ambassador for Pentax. She is also co-author of the Bradt Travel Guide to Burkina Faso and a contributor to guides on Morocco and London for Fodor's. She has consulted for the UN and the World Bank.

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