Annam Lodhi is an Islamabad, Pakistan based journalist.
She has recieved the Agahi Award, 2020 and 2021, in the categories of Data Journalism and Inclusiveness, respectively. She regularly writes for national and international publications and is currently a student of MSc Development Studies at NUST, majoring in Social Work and Gender.
She has a vast range of experience as a beat reporter, content writer, researcher, data journalist, investigative reporter, social media manager, satirist, social activist, and food blogger.
Annam likes to focus on long-form and investigative stories with data.
You can reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My relationship with knitting over the years
THE SHEEDI OF PAKISTAN: LONG FORGOTTEN AFRICANS UPROOTED AND STILL FINDING THEIR PLACE IN SOCIETY
A CRAFT ONCE A NECESSITY, NOW MERELY A HOBBY IN PAKISTAN
Victim blaming in Pakistan curbs the voices of survivors
How indigenous tech innovations are helping Pakistan battle the pandemic
COVID-19 lock-down and the rising rage of incels
LOCKDOWN NOT THE SAME FOR THE VULNERABLE IN PAKISTAN
MEET PAKISTAN’S FIRST DIRTY COMIC DRAG QUEEN
Personal is political for feminism in Pakistan
Want Beer in Pakistan? Call Your Local Bootlegger
She had a child through a sperm donor. Nadra refuses to recognise it.
265 Indian fake news sites caught pushing anti-Pakistan propaganda