The fund will give Internews’ local media partners — such as community radio stations and online news outlets in more than 80 countries — access to emergency funding so they can continue to operate in increasingly dire economic conditions.Read more
For the last couple of years, groups of disgruntled youth in Bentiu protection of civilians (PoC) site in South Sudan had taken part in gang activities. The groups had names like Cash Money, YM, D-Black, West Coast, Good Life and others.
In Kunduz, Afghanistan, where religious and cultural conservatism reinforces rigid gender roles, Kaihan FM creates programming focused on women’s issues and women’s rights.
Chuchu FM is a community radio station in Zanibar, Tanzania that is supported by Internews through its Boresha Habari project, funded by USAID. The programming focuses on women and youth and local issues.
Internews conducted a community engagement campaign in the Bicol region and in La Union Province in the Philippines, engaging with local content producers, journalists and students, to raise awareness on the impact of social media and the importance of verified information.
Read about EJN's recent activities below.
For more than a decade, the Earth Journalism Network’s Climate Change Media Partnership has brought reporters from around the world together to cover the annual United Nations Climate Summit as well as to network and form connections, the fruits of which continue to ripen.