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NOFO: Climate Change Workshop for Journalists

Organisation: U.S. Mission to India

Status: Closed

  • Training and Education
  • Environmental journalism

Funding Size: $25,000 - $50,000

Deadline: 12/06/2022

  • Eligibility criteria:
    – eligible to apply: Not-for-profit organizations, Civil society/non-governmental organizations , Think tanks , Public and private educational institutions , Individuals, Public International Organizations and Governmental institutions.
  • Type of funding: Programmatic
  • Target country: India
  • Application language: English

The U.S. Mission to India is inviting applications for its Climate Change Workshop for Journalists to provide journalists with expertise on the climate crisis.The grantee will organize 10 in-person workshops on the effects of climate change in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Telangana. The grantee will invite environmentalists, researchers, and senior environmental journalists from India and the United States to participate in these workshops.

To increase the knowledge of beneficiaries around climate change issues, increase their confidence in reporting on such issues, and generally contribute to increased quality of reporting on climate change issues.By the end of the project, the participants must be able to generate long-form articles on climate change. The grantee will be responsible to hold three workshops for Telugu journalists and two workshops for Odia journalists. About 30 participants are expected to attend these workshops, 20 Telugu journalists, and 10 Odia journalists. The grantee must ensure that the participants are equipped to generate long-form articles on climate change. A total of 50 articles are expected from the participants in the six months after the completion of the workshops.

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