Kenya: Training on investigative journalism and agriculture for Mwanedu FM reporters and correspondents
UNESCO is supporting Mwanedu FM to hold training on Investigative Journalism and Agriculture for reporters and correspondents in Voi, Kenya. This event will aim at equipping reporters and correspondents with skills on news gathering and most importantly on investigative journalism and agriculture. The participants will have more capacity to engage the audience with information on leadership, corruption and other syndicates around their reach. This activity is part of UNESCO’s on-going SIDA project on Empowering Community Radios with Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) aimed at building capacities of radio practitioners in the region.