Nigerian journalist, 11 others selected for Climate Tracker fellowship

Climate tracker fellowship

A 24-year-old Nigerian journalist, Vivian Chime and eleven others have been selected for climate tracker fellowship.

Chime, alongside eleven others from twelve different backgrounds and countries around were announced on Thursday, January 14, 2021.

The twelve fellows are the January 2021 intake of Global Mentorship for Young Media Professionals programme.

Fellows will team up to learn about new media journalism while also participating in hands-on storytelling.

The selected fellows will be publishing powerful stories, engaging in podcasts, writing newsletters, and taking part in training sessions, and.

Below are the selected fellows and their works:

1. Claudia Belaunde, Bolivia
Multimedia journalist and filmmaker, 35

Read Claudia’s Work

2. Julie Bourdin, France
Freelance multimedia journalist, 24

 Julie’s Work

3. Jody Garcia, Guatemala
Journalist, 29

Read Jody’s Work

4. Seema Prasad, India
Journalist, 28

Read Seema’s Work

5. Marta Silvia Viganò, Italy
Content creator and reporter, 24

Read Marta’s Work

6. Kevin Lunzalu, Kenya
Freelance Environmental Journalist, 29

Read Kevin’s Work

7. Vivian Chime, Nigeria
Journalist, 24

Read Vivian’s Work

8. Liubov Glazunova, Russia
International Journalist, 26

Read Liubov’s Work

9. Nanticha Ocharoenchai, Thailand
Environmental writer, filmmaker and climate activist, 23

Read Nanticha’s Work

10. Ilana Cohen, United States of America
Climate Justice Activist & Freelance Journalist, 20

Read Ilana’s Work

11. Natasha Sakala, Zambia
Reporter, 30

Read Natasha’s Work

12.Quratulain Tejani, Pakistan

Journalist and Media Entrepreneur, 31

Read Quratulain’s Work