CWGH invites journalists to submit articles for an on-line health magazine
The Community Working Group on Health (CWGH) invites journalists to submit fresh stories on public health,maternal, child and sexual reproductive health rights for publication in an on-line magazine that will be published at the end of May 2017.
As discussed in earlier meetings, each journalist is invited to submit one well-researched, balanced and well written story on health issues to do with public health, maternal, child and sexual reproductive health rights in Zimbabwe. The stories must be between 500 and 800 words. Pictures must accompany the stories.
A small stipend will be paid for stories that will have been published.
The articles must be submitted to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 18 May 2017.
CWGH invites Media Stories on Public Health, Maternal, Child & SRHR
The Community Working Group on Health (CWGH) invites entries from journalists in Matabeleland and Midlands regions for the maiden Maternal, Child and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights Media Awards to be held in Bulawayo on the 26 th of May 2017.
Each journalist is supposed to submit at least three articles published or broadcasted between 1 January 2015 and 30 April 2017 on issues to do with Public Health, Maternal, Child and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights in Zimbabwe. The awards, which will be held under the theme “Professional Health Reporting for Positive Change”, will be adjudicated by a team of renowned professional journalists.
The three article limit can only be waived if the articles are part of a series of stories in a campaign or investigation.
The articles must be submitted to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 17 May 2017.
For electronic media, journalists are required to present three articles on DVD format at
11 Coghlan Road,Khumalo, Bulawayo or 312 Samora Machel Avenue, Eastlea in Harare.
We are a network of civic/community based organizations who aim to collectively enhance community participation in health in Zimbabwe. The CWGH was formed in early 1998 to take up health issues of common concern. The approximately 40 organizations in the CWGH include national membership organizations that have branches across the country, while others have areas-specific membership (such as the residents associations). The CWGH was registered as a trust in 2002 and transformed into a Private Voluntary Organization (PVO) in 2014, Registration No: 01/2014. CWGH has district level chapters in about 40 districts across Zimbabwe.
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