DEADLINE: APRIL 13, 2021 —The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) invites entries from Ghanian journalists for a residential story development bootcamp.
The residential bootcamp will comprise interactive presentations from seasoned media professionals, group works, and practical story development sessions.
MFWA seeks story ideas bordering on any of the following themes: Transparency, Accountability, Human rights, Access to information, Service delivery.
Participants who require and are able to justify a need for financial support to work on their stories will receive financial support.
Applicants should be Ghanaian journalists currently working with a recognised print, online, and electronic media organisation in the country.
The closing date for applications is April 13, 2021.
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