The Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (MESHA) is an association of science journalists and communicators in East Africa. MESHA’s focus is rural and urban-based journalism and communication, with emphasis on building journalists’ capacity to effectively produce quality science articles. MESHA encourages the networking, training, and collaborative projects among science reporters in East Africa – drawn from all media – print, online, radio and television.
MESHA works closely with scientists and policy makers with the aim of building and maintaining good working relations. The association links journalists and scientists together, helping foster amiable working relationships between the two.
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Knight Science Journalism Fellowship
Midcareer journalists covering science, technology, the environment or medicine can apply for a fellowship at MIT.
The Knight Science Journalism Fellowships host international and U.S. journalists for a nine months of personalized study, auditing courses at MIT and Harvard, attending lectures and interviewing faculty members. For more info go to OPPORTUNITIES PAGE
CTA Brussels Office is recruiting a TRAINEE IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA (Blogger, journalist, communication specialist) . For more info go to OPPORTUNITIES PAGE