Journalists from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Spain and the states of Texas and Florida can apply for a reporting fund.
Venezuelan investigative site Armando Investiga calls for entries to its Reporting Projects Contest.
Projects must uncover a story of public interest that is absent from the agenda of local or international media, or that addresses a novel side of a topic or case that is already installed in that agenda; use investigative journalism techniques; and focus on one of these categories: corruption, organized crime, human rights or the environment.
Stories must be produced and concluded by April 2017 at the latest and involve more than one country.
Up to 10 stories will be selected. Selected journalists will receive a stipend of up to US$2,000.
The deadline is Dec. 31.
For more information, contact armandoinfocoordinacion [AT] gmail [DOT] com.