As part of its Mekong Sustainable News project, CFI, the French Media Development agency, is launching a training program for Myanmar reporters and media content producers to deepen their scientific understanding of climate change issues and their multimedia reporting skills (see Call for applications for download in English and Burmese). CFI is proud to rely on the expertise of the international development NGO GRET and its AliSEA network in the region to work on specific topics linked to agricultural and natural resources management, and of the Myanmar Journalism Institute to work on media skills trainings.
Implementing an innovative approach to media training, CFI, MJI and GRET will work on creating a curriculum based on "nano-modules" and personalized coaching to enable selected participants to produce visual and engaging content. Coaching will be an important part of the program to value the commitment of selected candidates and the expertise of the trainers and scientists.
Deadline: July 31st, 2020
The Mekong Sustainable News project is supported by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.