About Us


The International Federation of Disastrous Reporters (IFDR) in which was none governmental, nonprofit, non-politician entity, founded by a young Somali journalist named Daud Abdi Daud on October 21, 2011 who is well energetic prominent and well respected journalist in the African continent and in the world but now it was changed the World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ).

In addition to that, after seen that the International Federation of Environmental Journalists (IFEJ) in which founded Oct 1993, Dresden (Germany). Statutes adopted Nov 1994, Paris (France). Registered in accordance with French law. As of 2016, assumed ceased to exist and is not working right now and collapsed administratively whatever caused WOFIJ decided to extend her portfolio and added environmental issues reporting and acting the environ journalists around the world.

Now the title of the federation is the World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) and it will stand to improve public understanding of environment and Intercultural issues worldwide by supporting environmental and Intercultural journalists internationally through networking, education and fostering for their works.

The World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) aims to remind the human kinds at all the legality processes could cause interactions between one or more cultures because along with other Aid and humanitarian emergency professionals, journalists are often “first responders” when an earthquake, prolonged conflict, civil war or a terrorist attack devastates a community.

The reason being behind WOFEJ Strategically is that the media practitioners face the challenge to identify resources that could provide early notification about developing stories related to humanity issues; background information; and timely, accurate reports about human kind’s events existing in their livelihoods. As well as to limit the lack of specialized group of media professionals who are responsible human kinds intercultural issues reporting that might compromise accuracy or carefulness in reporting the topic.

However, WOFEJ needs to designate and train intercultural issues reporting by its member journalists associations by increasing the number of reporters who cover the area and just as many media today designate reporters to cover politics, financial markets, and other specific “beats.”

The most intercultural relief comes from within developed and the developing world in which consists of seven livelihoods from the Skyage zone to under-ground territory according to the God holy adages by means of heritage storytelling the World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ) will cover efforts by indigenous societies and individuals to prevent, anticipates, and responds to climate change.


The mission of the World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) is to build into a strong, independent and committed to promote excellence in intercultural coverage journalism worldwide by supporting journalists and the writers in the globe through advocacy building efforts by means of theology respect within the communities due to social awareness.


The vision of the World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) is to build WOFIJ into a strong, independent and committed apex organization by promoting excellence by way of intercultural coverage within the journalism industry.

Finally, the WOFEJ headquarter is located in Warsaw, Poland, the capital city of Poland and it is a worldwide charity organization registered in many countries and is a network and Global association dedicated to promoting education understanding and awareness of the intercultural side effects in which might cause infect through the honest and accurate reporting of local, regional and international side by side management and development issues. It acted as the head of national intercultural reporting journalist associations or media organizations of more than 194 countries in the world. WOFIJ is the newest and will be the largest organization of professional journalism industry of more than 194 countries in the globe.

WOFEJ will be the county reminding everyone hundred years in the past and ahead due to the human kind’s illiteracy including the media professionals and will also open a new window by thematic research approaches.

WOFEJ Constitution and By Laws