In February, 12 young Gambian journalists graduated from the projects “Professional Reporters Program”, and many of them will be trainers in the new Professional Reporter programme, Media for Advocacy-Advocacy for Media, that will be running for the next three years in the Gambia. In 2009 Gambia Media Support, in cooperation with Gambia Press Union, launched … Læs mere Graduation day!
Gambia Media Support (GAMES) has just applied for 3 million Danish kroner from Danida’s Project Fund for the project: “Media for Advocacy – Advocacy for Media”. We cross our fingers and hope for 3 million DKK. by Chairman of Gambia Media Support, Lars Møller December 15 just before the deadline 12.00 a.m. we turned in … Læs mere We cross our fingers and hope for 3 million DKK
The Gambia needs an independent high-quality magazine – and Dawda Bayo plans to launch it. A name has already been chosen for the monthly magazine Dawda Bayo is planning to launch once he has obtained his advanced diploma in Print Journalism at the GPU-GAMES Project in February 2012: “CHOICE” is the name and Dawda plans … Læs mere Dawda Bayo – Portrait of a trainee
Meld dig ind i GAMES – eller giv et medlemskab i julegave! Du kan blive medlem af Gambia Media Support (GAMES) og støtte pressefolk i medierne i Gambia for kun 150 kr. om året. Beløbet er lille, men gør en stor forskel! (MESSAGE FOLLOWS IN ENGLISH BELOW) Vi har en deadline: Den 15. december søger … Læs mere Bliv medlem og støt medierne i Gambia/Membership as Christmas present?
The Professional Reporter Programme is heading for a successful graduation. By Peter Kramhøft, Trainer of Trainers. November 2011, Bakau New Town, The Gambia ”We can facilitate a discussion with the rural reporters from the community radios about how they give the local citizens a voice”, says Sanna Camara to the class. He starts writing on … Læs mere Trainees train rural community radio reporters