Pollicy/Code for Africa WanaData Journalism Training Program 2018 for Female journalists in Uganda
Deadline: June 20, 2018
Pollicy, together with Code for Africa, is excited to launch the latest digital journalism training program called WanaData. Originally launched by Code for Kenya in January 2018, WanaData aims to work with women journalists, equipping them with digital journalism skills and promoting data driven news stories.
WanaData is a network of women journalists that cooperate to brainstorm and share ideas, reports, storytelling tips and suggesting data sets. The members of the network also share skills like data visualization, story editing, social video creations while leveraging mentorship from senior journalists in the network.
WanaData is a unique program that will offer participants:
- Monthly meetups that cover digital skills development, ideation and feedback sessions.
- Technical support in terms of availing access to verified data sources to implement projects or publish articles
- Grants to cover stories that align with the partner goals.
This program will also offer visibility of the participants’ content on global platforms and make them more marketable in the new and competitive media market. WanaData will select 20 female journalists from media houses across Uganda to participate.
- This opportunity is open to journalists of all career levels, early career journalists are highly encouraged to apply.
- You MUST be actively working in a Ugandan-based media house.
- This opportunity is open to WOMEN only but doesn’t discriminate against race, culture or religion.
You MUST apply using the form below. Emailed applications will not be accepted. For any additional questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at in[email protected].
To apply, fill out this form.
For more information, visit WanaData.