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Date: 27/01 Training Workshop on Investigative Journalism during the Election Period in Uganda Image: Introduction:

One of UNESCO’s mission is to assure that information is made and remains accessible to everyone. With this idea in mind, the organization once again developed a workshop on investigative journalism during the election period in Uganda.

The event took place at the Doves Nest Hotel in Gulu, Uganda from 27 to 29 January 2016, and brought together 12 participants, 4 women and 8 men, who belonged to four community radio stationsnamely: Speak FM, Mama FM, Radio Apac and Nakaseke community radio.

 
Themes: Internet, Issues of local public concern, Radio monitoring, Editorial work, Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 24/12 Financial and Management planning Workhsop in Gitega Image: Introduction:

End of December 2015 was organized in Gitega, Burundi, a workshop led by UNESCO aimed to train local radio stations on financial and management planning.

Starting on December 24th, the coordinator of this three-day workshop, Mr Paul Niyungeko, concentrated all his efforts on instructing the three participants, of whom one was a woman, in the financial and management field in order to help them develop an economic vision that would help the local radio reach its financial goals in a strategic, profitable, and viable way.

Themes: Radio monitoring, Financial management, Financial planning, Entrepreneurship, Income-generation, Networking Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 04/11 Inception workshop for UNESCO SIDA funded project themed: “Empowering Local Radios with ICTs" in Uganda Image: Introduction:

UNESCO landed in Uganda and had the great pleasure to organize, with the support of the Swedish government, a two-day inception workshop from 04 to 05 November 2015 at Metropole Hotel in Kampala.

Themes: Internet, Programming, Gender equality, Issues of local public concern, Radio monitoring, Editorial work, Interaction, Broadcasting, Financial management, Financial planning, Journalism, Networking Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 05/12 Workshops for Base FM’s staff and correspondents in Namibia Image: Introduction:

Base FM’s staff participated in a series of workshops provided by UNESCO on the role of correspondents, the use of ICTs, entrepreneurship, income generation, marketing, financial planning, management and sustainability from 1 to 5 December 2014 in Katutura, Namibia. Mr. Julius J Mtemahanji and Ms. Elva Gomez di Sibandze facilitated the training. 

Themes: Correspondents, ICT, Internet, Mobile, Programming, Radio format, Issues of local public concern, Editorial work, Financial management, Financial planning, Journalism, Entrepreneurship, Income-generation Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 02/12 Humanitarian reporting and development journalism workshop in South Africa Image: Introduction:

UNESCO conducted a training workshop on humanitarian reporting and development journalism for correspondents from five community radios in South Africa, from 1 to 2 December 2014. The objectives of the workshop were to introduce participants to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and to show how South Africa has progressed in meeting these goals as well as to enable participants to come up with community-based stories from the MDGs. 

Themes: Correspondents, Issues of local public concern, Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 31/10 Workshop for Bush Radio’s staff and correspondents in South Africa Image: Introduction:

A five-day workshop, from 27 to31 October 2014, was held at Bush Radio in Cape Town, South Africa, to enhance the station’s operations especially when working with correspondents. The workshop sought to equip correspondents with news gathering and writing techniques – skills required for effective planning and producing radio programmes that are relevant, participatory and gender sensitive; and provide them with the necessary skills and knowledge on how to use ICTs in radio programming, conducting interviews, collecting feedback and testimonies; among others.

Themes: Correspondents, ICT, Internet, Mobile, Programming, Radio format, Gender equality, Issues of local public concern, Editorial work, Interaction, Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 17/10 Workshop on the use of ICTs at Live FM in Namibia Image: Introduction:

UNESCO carried out a workshop from 13 to 17 October 2014 at Live FM community radio station premises, in Namibia, on the use of ICTs for reporting and broadcasting. The five-day training was attended by seven participants comprising of the station manager, volunteers and staff members of radio station.

Themes: Correspondents, ICT, Internet, Mobile, Programming, Radio format, Editorial work, Interaction, Broadcasting, Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 04/06 Workshop on the role of correspondents at Mangelete FM, in Kenya Image: Introduction:

UNESCO carried out a workshop at Mangelete FM, in Kenya, on the role of correspondents to feed local news and collect testimonies from 3 to 4 June 2014. The training brought together 92 participants, including the correspondents of the radio station, comprising of 23 men and 75 women. It aimed at increasing and deepening their knowledge on how to feed the radio station with relevant and timely information on local news.  

Themes: Correspondents, ICT, Internet, Mobile, Radio format, Gender equality, Issues of local public concern, Interaction, Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 16/04 Workshop on correspondent's use of ICTs in Jozi FM Image: Introduction:

A workshop aimed at strengthening Jozi FM’s network of correspondents and increasing their knowledge on ICTs was carried out from 24 to 28 March 2014 for 6 correspondents and a focal person for monitoring radio schedule.

Themes: Correspondents, ICT, Internet, Mobile, Issues of local public concern, Interaction, Journalism, Networking Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments
Date: 19/03 Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania Image: Introduction:

Pangani FM local radio in Tanga, Tanzania, hosted an ICT workshop for 18 participants from nine different local radio stations, on the 17th to the 19th of March 2014. The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Abdullah Mfuruki and Ms. Rose Haji Mwalimu, and was aimed to strengthen the participant’s’ knowledge and skills on monitoring, evaluation approaches and techniques.

Themes: ICT, Internet, Mobile, Programming, Radio format, Gender equality, Agriculture, Health, Issues of local public concern, Radio monitoring, Editorial work, Interaction, Broadcasting, Journalism, Networking Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments

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