These scholarships are open to journalists, writers, photographers, radio producers or television news producers; staff journalists as well as freelancers who live and work in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia. Tanzania, Rwanda, Mozambique, Zambia, Malawi, South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea.
Journalists will be given official media passes, access to the press centre, and the chance to write in the conference bulletin.
Each Journalist will be expected to produce:
At least five quality articles (between 200 – 500 words) on the various themes of the conference that can be used in the conference bulletin and to inform the advocacy initiatives of the Integration Technical Working Group
Daily summaries of the proceedings and/or interesting / relevant newsflashes from the conference, to be posted online in real time
A final in-depth piece on your experience at the Integration Conference (as a 1000 word feature article, photography set or video or audio piece)
Applications should include the following:
A 250-word proposal describing a specific story on issues of reproductive health and HIV;
A brief description of applicant’s knowledge of or experience reporting on issues of reproductive health and HIV;
A brief description of applicant’s experience with video, photography, radio, printand web media;
A letter from applicant’s editor or supervisor that gives permission to participate in the Integration for Impact Conference and that signals a strong commitment to publish or broadcast applicant’s on the topic;
A list of three priority issues that applicant would cover during the conference;
Two most recently published and authenticated articles relevant to reproductive health and HIV;
A copy of press card.
A scholarship may comprise of the following:
Full Conference Registration
Return Economy airfare to Kenya
Accommodation in Kenya for up to 4 nights (at the discretion of the organizers)
Visa application fee
Airport transfers in Kenya
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