African Art and Media for Earth Initiative

African Art and Media for Earth Initiative (AAMEI) Eco-Journalism Workshop 2017 for Young Nigerians

African Art and Media for Earth Initiative (aamei) is seeking applicants for its first Eco-Journalism Workshop to train students to cover environmental issues.

Application Deadline: 5th March, 2017

Offered Annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: Nigeria

To be taken at (country): Nigeria

Field/Level of Study: Journalism/Mass Comm. undergraduates or NYSC members

Selection/Eligibility Criteria Journalism/Mass Comm. undergraduates in Niger Delta region or NYSC members in same region.

Number of Awardees: 10

Value of Fellowship: All expense paid workshop holding in Port Harcourt and internship with media organisation.

Duration of Fellowship: 6 months

How to Apply:

Award Provider: African Art and Media for Earth Initiative

Important Notes: Training will get to other zones of the continent, but first in Niger Delta of Nigeria.

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