Brazilian journalists can apply for these grants.
The Agência Pública has launched its 14th Small Grants program, in partnership with Josué de Castro Professorship, the School of Public Helth at the University of São Paulo and the Brazilian Institute for Costumers Protection.
The program seeks investigative story ideas that shed a light on how food and climate change are intertwined.
Six story proposals will recieve a BRL8,000 (approx. US$1,500) grant each and mentorship from journalists working at Agência Pública.
The application deadline is Feb. 18.