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WELCOME TO THE SOMALI ASSOCIATION OF JOURNALISTS AND MEDIA PRACTITIONERS (SOMESHA)
January 27, 2015 posted in Associations

The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) is an association of journalists and media practitioners specialized to expand and improve media coverage of key nation issues such as climate change, the environment, egriculture, science, public health, migration, peace-keeping and civil insecurity. 

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FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS AND WILL HELP AFRICAN JOURNALISTS TO FIGHT THE SPREAD OF EBOLA.
January 21, 2015 posted in Projects

Our successful joint IndieGogo fundraising campaign has raised 5,000 USD! It will support African Journalists fight the spread of Ebola and to help them to report accurately and timely in this chaotic situation. 

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NEW LOGO FOR THE WFSJ
January 19, 2015 posted in WFSJ Affairs

Our refreshed logo reflects a dynamic future and we want our partners to take notice of the WFSJ and see what it stands for today.‘We chose this colourful design because it is more contemporary and current. It honours our heritage through the revolving planet while still taking it forward. 

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2nd KAVLI SYMPOSIUM ON SCIENCE JOURNALISM: DATA MINING
January 16, 2015 posted in Conferences

This second symposium will focus primarily on data mining, and innovative data tools that could benefit the international community of science journalists worldwide. It will take place from February 16th-18th at the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California.

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SCIENCE IMMERSION FELLOWSHIP FOR JOURNALISTS
December 9, 2014 posted in Competitions
Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting invites early- to mid-career journalists to apply for its competitive 17th Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists: Global Change in Coastal Ecosystems. Deadline Feb 6, 2015.

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Recorded sessions from the Virtual Ebola Reporting Workshop Dec 2-3
December 8, 2014 posted in Sci.Journalism
The Virtual Ebola Reporting Workshop coordinated by WFSJ on Dec 2-3 in English and French have attracted hundreds of journalists from African countries and worldwide. The recorded video are now available online.
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Virtual Ebola Reporting Workshop coordinated by WFSJ
November 26, 2014 posted in Sci.Journalism
A Virtual Ebola Reporting Workshop targeted specialized and non-specialized journalists in territories directly and indirectly affected by the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) crisis will be held on December 2 (English) and December 3 (French). The workshop is coordinated by WFSJ with support from U.S. Department of State.
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Help African Journalists fight the spread of Ebola
November 17, 2014 posted in Sci.Journalism
WFSJ, in association with Hirondelle USA and the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), launched this fundraising campaign to help local radio stations and their staff in Ebola-affected regions. Make it happen and contribute to the efforts to fight the spread of Ebola!
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