The EJC media skills training in partnership with the Kenya Peace Network took place on 17-18 October, 2011 at the Pastoral Center of Marsabit, Kenya.
Communication and media officers of 23 Kenyan NGOs participated in the practical workshop led by EJC trainer Hamadou Tidiane SY.
The training was part of EJC’s global Press Freedom 2.0 programme, funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and was organised in cooperation with programme partner Mensen met een Missie.
Kenya: Raising Development Awareness Through the Media
The lack of in-depth, well-researched, and effective reporting on development issues in Kenya is weakening the media’s capacity to have an impact on the country’s political processes. EJC’s Kenya programme seeks to raise awareness to this problem, offering workshops dedicated to developing practical solutions by promoting relevant, powerful, and effective journalistic storytelling.
MFSII - Press Freedom 2.0
A five-year, international media development initiative, Press Freedom 2.0 aims to support democratic development by empowering civil society, citizens, and local media organisations through the implementation of local media projects. Conducted by a Dutch consortium, the Press Freedom initiative offers a range of trainings and activities specifically tailored to the needs of 11 selected countries.