Updated Feb 07, 2020CLOSED

Reporting on Conservation and Wildlife Issues in East Africa

Offered by U.S. Agency for International Development and Internews

Though separated by borders, Sub-Saharan Africa grapples with similar conservation issues; from poaching to land degradation to human-wildlife conflict to heatwaves, drought and other weather extremes exacerbated by climate change.

These story grants will support reporting that explores the short- and long-term consequences of environmental destruction while also informing policymakers, affected communities and the general public about ways to address these problems.
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GrantType
CLOSEDFeb 15, 2020Deadline
From $1,000Amount
UnavailableDuration(Months)

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
RegionN/A
CountryRwanda, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
Focus AreasEnvironment
Grants are open to early- or mid-career journalists:
From Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda.
Working for international, national, local or community-based media.
Producing stories for digital, print, television or radio as well as other expert media practitioners reporting for a media-focused organization.
With a track record of covering conservation and wildlife stories.
Stories can be produced in English, Kiswahili or local languages. Applicants who intend to write or produce stories in Kiswahili or local languages should also include a translation of the headline and a short summary in English for publication by EJN.
Freelancers with a demonstrable plan for publication and a letter of interest from an editor are encouraged to apply. Similarly, photojournalists and multimedia practitioners with published visual work are also eligible.

Application Directions

Please complete the attached budget template, and then register and apply online.

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