University learning tour
Fojo recently arranged a university exchange network tour to Rwanda, bringing together nine academics from as many universities in Ethiopia, Somalia and Rwanda.
Rwanda: Annelie Frank shares her experience on being an expert mentor
Annelie Frank, Fojo’s own expert on fact-checking, worked as an expert mentor on the Rwanda Media Programme for two weeks recently. Being an expert mentor in Rwanda entails offering your expertise on a voluntary basis. We asked her what it was like to be an expert mentor for Fojo in Rwanda.
Students in Rwanda form gender clubs to create awareness about equality
Students at Fojos four partner universities in Rwanda have started gender clubs to highlight equality and gender issues. Students research, interview and write articles that are published on newly set up university platforms.
Thirty six media houses
Media houses that are part of Fojo’s Rwanda Media Programme
Rwanda media viability program launched in Kigali
Fojo and its local partner Pax Press just launched one of the most ambitious projects ever in the country, designed to enhance media management and media professionalism for private and non-profit media companies in Rwanda.
The Rwanda Media Programme now launched!
The Rwanda Media Programme 2021-2026 has now been launched!
Democracy Talks: Women in the News – Promoting gender equality in media
Rwanda has made great progress in gender equality and has an ambitious gender policy that cuts across all sectors of society. It is steadily among the top ten countries globally on the Gender Gap Index and the highest-ranking African country. It has made great strides in legal reforms and protection against violence is enshrined in law. Challenges remain, however.
Cooperation in the Time of Corona
How do you prepare for a program proposal for Rwanda, when you have to stay in Sweden because of Corona?
Rwanda: Fighting rumors and fake news about Covid-19
“Reporting news is the job of a journalist but giving verified information is the responsibility and courtesy we owe our audience”, says Francine Mukase Freelancer with Pax Press.