Web Doc on Drowning Megacities
Our projects have been published by renowned media outlets all over the world, several of them receiving national and international prizes. Have a look at our prize-winning stories here.
Our reporting grant is moving into round six. In the meantime, our current grantees are finalising, publishing and disseminating their stories. Here you can view the latest projects.
We are currently supporting the development of 82 projects, with more grants being awarded in 2016. These stories are expected to launch in the near future.
We support the development of 82 projects with more grants being awarded in 2016.
Here are three examples of stories made possible by the Innovation in Development Reporting Grant Programme.
The Innovation in Development Reporting Grant has so far advanced creative development reporting in 30 countries
Is the average grant given to support projects of great impact
Our grantees' story Drowning Megacities brings @politiken a European Newspaper Award https://t.co/Vr1s8bmsAD @ejcnet https://t.co/Ta1o76HN3I
https://t.co/U48vc9WRYW a new story about Nepal #foodsecurity , thanks with the support of @journagrants and to @Aidthinktank
So happy https://t.co/UsPbIcyGEn was selected by @journagrants for the #globaldev reporting grant! @MarisaRSchwartz https://t.co/OvC4exiLew
Excited to be on this list alongside some really fascinating projects #globaldev #innovation #journalism @ejcnet https://t.co/hDwvknXCD0
Our project 'Poisoned lives' on the car battery recycling in Africa received the @journagrants from the @ejcnet. @jamaca and me, so proud!
.@journagrants awards €270k funding to 15 innovative journalistic projects on development https://t.co/BR5ydz1PIQ Next deadline 2 March 2016