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MARCH TO KIGALI

The March to Kigali is led by a group of like-minded CSOs (Civil Society Organizations) representing a range of Francophone and Anglophone African nations. It builds on the existing partnerships and platforms of the No to NTDs and Zero Malaria Starts with Me campaigns. It intentionally targets non-Commonwealth countries in West Africa, such as Guinea,...

Sunday, April 25, 2021: The commemoration of the 2021World Malaria Day provides another opportunity for countries to focus on malaria and step up the fight against the disease, that is preventable and treatable disease, yet continues to claim hundreds of thousands of lives each year. The theme for the Day is ‘Zero Malaria Starts with...

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ournalists with experience in open data training can apply for this training program in Ivory Coast, Niger, Cameroon and Madagascar. The CFI, the French agency for media development, seeks a trainer for MédiaLab pour Elles, a project that aims to develop content about gender in Sub-Saharan Africa based on open data. This research will help consolidate a new network of trainers...

Founding executives of the Malaria Media Forum and Coalition on the ‘Zero Malaria Starts With Me’ campaign have been outdoored. They consist of selected journalists across the country to who are to actively intensify the fight against malaria. Founder and Executive Secretary of the African Media and Media Research Network [AMMEREN] Dr Charity Binka said...

 A Media Coalition comprising of selected journalists and editors, has been launched in Ghana under the umbrella of the “Zero Malaria Starts with Me” campaign to eliminate malaria by 2030. The Coalition, which aimed to enhance the quality and quantity of malaria coverage, and support broader advocacy efforts, was launched at a workshop in Accra...

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has called on journalists to support the Service to deliver integrated health package through accurate messages towards malaria eradication in the country. “Also, we need your support to set malaria as a national development agenda. This will drive advocacy for political will, increase partnership, availability and accessibility of effective tool...

AMMREN KENYA 2018 WMD, Participants and resource persons at the Kintampo Health Research Centre Media Training Workshop and also from Dodowa and Mampong 2018 Activities AMMREN has organized three separate media training workshops for local journalists in the Brong Ahafo, Dodowa and Upper East regions of Ghana as part of efforts to build the capacity...