Progress Clock seeks story ideas from freelancers on how people, groups, and solutions-minded initiatives solve problems in Nigeria.
Progress Clock is a solutions-focused online media documenting how people and groups are responding and solving humanitarian, economic, and social problems in Nigeria.
The online media is looking for “provable solutions” to problems and prefers local, home-grown solutions.
Progress Clock pays freelance contributors a modest fee.
The preferred story lenght is between 800 and 1,000 words.
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