Opportunities

Ministry Calls For Media Support On Youth And Adolescent Matters In Edo

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

The Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health under Edo State Ministry of Health has called on media practitioners to increase their support for matters relating to youth, adolescent and reproductive health in the state.
Miss Omonye Adeseiye, State Adolescent Health Desk Officer of AYRH made the call during a media round table meeting organised by The Challenge Initiative (TCI) in Benin on Tuesday.

Maternal Figures offers support to journalists covering maternal health in Nigeria

Monday, February 1, 2021

Maternal Figures offers support to journalists covering maternal health in Nigeria in a number of ways. Supported by the Brown Institute for Media Innovation and Code for Africa, we offer Solutions Journalism Fellowships to journalists looking to cover a maternal health story or introduce solutions journalism to their newsrooms. You may apply as a reporter or as an editor.

Call for Proposals: Money Trail Grants Program

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

In Money Trail, Journalismfund.eu offers working grants for African, Asian and European journalists to investigate cross-border illicit financial flows, tax abuse and corruption in Africa, Asia and Europe.

Grants are awarded to journalists solely by Journalismfund.eu, with no input or oversight at any stage from the consortium as a whole. This working grants project is part of a larger Money Trail project.

 

Why Money Trail?

 

Reporting on Malaria in Africa

Monday, July 27, 2020

This is an opportunity provided by the Reporting Malaria programme

Dates: 10 – 28 August 2020 | Location: Online

We are reviewing applications on a rolling basis, please apply as soon as possible.

Thomson Reuters Foundation is delighted to offer African journalists, who are motivated to report on malaria, the opportunity to take part in a new remote training initiative, Reporting on Malaria in Africa. This remote course will begin on Monday, 10 August and end on Friday, 28 August.

Nigeria Health Watch announces 2nd Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowship

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Nigeria Health Watch has announced a call for applications for the 2nd Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowship.

Nigeria Health Watch will award three fellowships to outstanding journalists with a passion for covering epidemic preparedness. Fellows will receive financial support for the 3-month period, to complete their reporting, as well as continued coaching and support accessing national and international data and contacts, among other benefits.

 

To apply, please use any of the themes below to propose 2 story ideas you will focus on during the fellowship:

Nigeria Health Watch announces 2nd Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowship

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Nigeria Health Watch has announced a call for applications for the 2nd Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowship.

Nigeria Health Watch will award three fellowships to outstanding journalists with a passion for covering epidemic preparedness. Fellows will receive financial support for the 3-month period, to complete their reporting, as well as continued coaching and support accessing national and international data and contacts, among other benefits.

 

To apply, please use any of the themes below to propose 2 story ideas you will focus on during the fellowship:

Nigeria Health Watch announces 2nd Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowship

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Nigeria Health Watch has announced a call for applications for the 2nd Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowship.

Nigeria Health Watch will award three fellowships to outstanding journalists with a passion for covering epidemic preparedness. Fellows will receive financial support for the 3-month period, to complete their reporting, as well as continued coaching and support accessing national and international data and contacts, among other benefits.

 

To apply, please use any of the themes below to propose 2 story ideas you will focus on during the fellowship:

BIRN launches Investigative Fund

Sunday, June 28, 2020

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network is launching an Emergency media support fund to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on journalists.

Through this fund we aim to increase cooperation between journalists in the region and their knowledge and skills through joint cooperation on cross-border investigative stories.

The stories should be original, evidence-based and rich in context, showing new or broader insights into the region.

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