Journalists and media trainers from Kenya, Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania can apply for a workshop.
The World Health Organization, in collaboration with Science Africa, is hosting its Road Safety Reporting Workshop for African journalists. The workshop is part of the WHO Road Safety Reporting Initiative, which aims to help journalists tell more and better stories that help reduce deaths from crashes.
The workshop will equip journalists to report on key road safety issues and to prepare them to train others on this crucial topic.
The three-day workshop will be held Oct. 24 to 26 in Nairobi, Kenya.
After the training, participants may apply for grants to support either reporting or training on road safety.
The deadline is Sept. 28.