DEADLINE: JULY 22ND, 2021 —The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) invites applications for the 2021 Global Health Reporting Initiative on vaccines and immunization.
The IWMF will select a cohort of 30 journalists from low and middle-income countries in Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean.
The initiative was established with the support of the Sabin Vaccine Institute’s Immunization Advocates program to provide journalists with learning, funding and mentoring opportunities to cover issues like vaccine acceptance and demand and the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine on routine immunization programs.
Selected journalists will participate in a virtual course that will increase access to global and regional experts from September to December 2021.
Applications are open in English and Spanish until July 22nd, 2021.
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