DevReporters Partners with Development Through Media Reporters to Train Journalists


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Journalists with a focus on development stand a chance to receive specialised training courtesy of DevReporters. Founded in 2015 by a network of media practitioners, DevReporters specialises in the promotion of development information. This encompasses themes such as devolution, governance, and elections. Specifically, their impact on rural and grassroots communities in Kenya.

In partnership with Development Through Media, DevReporters looks to conduct a series of “learning by doing sessions”. Having been in operation since 1997, Development Through Media is among the first development-oriented independent initiatives to specifically work towards policy reforms, capacity building and awareness raising through the media.

To be eligible for membership, applicants must be recent graduates of Journalism, Communications and Media Production from any Kenyan university; recent graduates of Journalism, Communications and Media Production from any Kenyan mid-level college; a freelancer or correspondent for a period not less than three years; interested in print, radio, TV, and online reporting or content production. The applications close on May 31, 2021.


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