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HOW TO PREPARE A GOOD PROPOSAL: ACRP PUBLIC HEALTH 2020 REPORTING GRANT PROPOSALS REVIEW AND ANALYSIS - Thursday 23 July 2020, 9 am CAT

About this Event

The Africa China Reporting Project presents:

HOW TO PREPARE A GOOD PROPOSAL: ACRP PUBLIC HEALTH 2020 REPORTING GRANT PROPOSALS REVIEW AND ANALYSIS

With Paula Fray (CEO, Frayintermedia)

 

Thursday 23 July 2020, 9 am CAT [7:00am GMT]

Introduction by Bongiwe Tutu (Assistant Project Coordinator, ACRP)

Facilitation by Paula Fray (CEO, Frayintermedia)

 

The Africa-China Reporting Project (ACRP) has since its conception in 2009 been providing reporting grants to journalists, as the ACRP aims to improve the quality of reporting on Africa-China issues by providing facilitation and capacity building for journalists via reporting grants, workshops and other opportunities. In March this year the ACRP sent out a call for Public Health Reporting Grant Proposals to uncover stories developing at the centre of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing impact in Africa. With over 300 applications received, the ACRP is inviting all applicants and other interested journalists to participate in a free online training webinar on how to prepare a good proposal. By using the large body of Public Health Reporting Grant Proposals, this webinar will assist ACRP applicants and all journalists with developing their skills of preparing winning journalism proposals, and will address questions and concerns that journalists have in improving their proposals.

The webinar will be engaging and interactive, applicants to the Public Health Reporting Grants and all journalists are encouraged to send questions or points to discuss prior to the webinar within the registration sheet or to ACRPapplications@gmail.com by no later than 22 July. Questions can also be shared live through the interactive session or via the ACRP social platforms on Twitter and Facebook.

Register for the webinar in order to receive the joining link before the webinar begins.

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