Social Opportunities

Funding Opportunities for Journalists

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The details of funding opportunities for Journalists are as follows.

  • African Investigative Journalism Conference Grants
  • Bertha Fellowships for Activists and Investigative Journalists
  • Call for Proposals for Amazon Rainforest Journalism Funds and COVID-19
  • Call for Applications for East Africa Wildlife Journalism Media Grants
  • Call for Applications for East Africa Wildlife Journalism Media Grants
  • Call for Reporting Grants on Biodiversity Threats in Nile Basin Lakes
  • Call for Reporting Grants on Climate Change Solutions in Nile Basin
  • Call for Stories on COVID-19 Pandemic and Nile Basin Water Crisis
  • Chevening Africa Media Freedom Fellowships
  • COVID-19 Reporting Grants for MENA Journalists
  • Daniele Tamagni Grants and Scholarships for Young Photographers
  • Dunia Project Grants for Journalists Reporting on Climate Emergency
  • Earth Journalism Network Asia-Pacific Media Grants
  • East Africa Reporting Grants on Wildlife Trafficking and Conservation
  • Exchange and Training Grants for Young Media Professionals
  • FRONTLINE Local Journalism Initiative Grants
  • Fully Funded ICYF Media Training Camp for Youth
  • Fully Funded Media Workshop on Climate Justice and Resilience
  • Funds for Women Journalists Worldwide
  • Funded Media Workshop on Wildlife and Conservation Reporting in Africa
  • Funded Training on Reporting on Malaria in Africa
  • Funding and Proposals for Reporting on Illicit Finance in Uganda
  • Funding and Proposals for Reporting on Malaria in Africa
  • Future News Worldwide UK Conference Grants for Best Young Media Makers
  • Global Nutrition and Food Security Reporting Fellowship
  • Grant in Kenya to Conduct Independent Investigations on Corruption
  • Hivos East Africa Call for Audio Visual Content Production Grants
  • ICFJ-Connectas Fellowships for Investigative Journalists
  • Internews Information Saves Lives Rapid Response Fund
  • Investigative Sports Reporting Grants for Journalists in Africa
  • Investigative Journalism Grants on Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • iWatch Africa Funded Training of Journalists in Ghana
  • IWMF Journalism Relief Fund for Women Journalists
  • Journalism and Media Innovation Reporting Grants in Africa
  • National Geographic Society COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists
  • National Geographic Society Grants for Equity and the Natural World
  • National Geographic Society Grants for Tropical Rain-forests Stories
  • Nigeria Health Watch Prevent Epidemics Journalism Fellowships
  • Photography 4 Humanity Global Prize
  • PRB Call for Applications for Grants South Asia Women Journalists
  • Public Health Reporting Grants for Journalists in Africa
  • Rainforest Journalism Fund International Projects Call for Proposals
  • Reporting Grants for Individual Journalists
  • RNTC Media and Journalism Scholarships
  • South Africa Grants for Journalists and Freelancers
  • South Africa Grants for Media Stories on Gender and Covid-19
  • Stigler Center Journalists Residence Program and Funded Trip to USA for Journalists Worldwide
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation Africa Grants on Illicit Finance Reporting
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation Workshop and Travel Grants in Asia
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation COVID-19 Reporting Grants in Saharan Africa
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation Health Reporting Funded Training Workshops
  • US Mission to India Grants for Training Emerging Journalists
  • Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting in Nigeria
  • Women Leadership Accelerator to Advance Women in Digital Journalism
  • Women Photograph Mentorship Program
  • Working Grants for African Journalists 2021/2022
  • World Press Photo Foundation Visual Journalism Worldwide Grants
  • Youth4Regions Funded Training for Aspiring Journalists

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