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Media Training for Southern African journalists
12 July 2010

Acknowledgements: FANRPAN acknowledges WRENmedia as the source of this announcement


In a competitive application process, WRENmedia is offering eight places funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) for radio and/or print journalists from Anglophone southern Africa with a serious interest in improving their science reporting, to attend a one-week training workshop in Zambia (around 10th-23rd October) with a focus on the science and the practices to prevent or treat disease and pest problems in crops.

This intensive course will provide trainees with an opportunity to improve their understanding of science for development and how to report it accurately and interestingly for the readers/listeners. You will need to carry out pre-course assignments which you will bring to share with the group.

For the outcomes of previous workshops, please see http://www.research4development.info/news.asp?ArticleID=50633

Please also see the attached document for further information on how to apply and we would ask that you email direct to .

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