TMF's second batch of 36 rural dispatch grantees met from 4 to 8 September in Bunju for a mid-term review session.
Our second batch of 2017 rural dispatch grantees are meeting in Dodoma from 4 to 8 July 2017. Amongst other things, today's opening session posed the question 'what does it take to produce great journalism?'
Tanzania Media Foundation (TMF) in collaboration with the European Journalism Centre (EJC), an independent, international, non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting the highest standards in journalism, conducted a three-days Data Journalism Training of Trainers Programme to strengthen the capacity of TMF-formers trainees of Data Journalism in 2016, so as they can be trainers of Data Journalism.
The training took place from 17 July to 19 July 2017.
Are you are a journalist, media owner, editor, independent producer or working with an organisation that is looking for media partners? Outreach is an opportunity to connect with TMF officers and hear more about our products. See the schedule below to find out when we will be in your town or city; time and venue will also be communicated to your local press club leaders:
Tanzania Media Foundation (TMF) in collaboration with the Editors’ Forum and Media Owners Association of Tanzania would like to invite media owners, editors, senior and veteran journalists as well as independent producers based in Dar es Salaam to an outreach meeting, to take place on 25 February 2016. The meeting include special audience with the Minister of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports, Nape Nauye and Irish Ambassador to Tanzania, Fionnuala Gilsenan.
TMF’s lead donor, SDC, is looking for an external reviewer to assess the performance of TMF. The overall objective of the review is to assess the performance of the project as it reaches the completion of phase two (May 2015) in order to determine its relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability as well as draw lessons that will inform TMF’s future strategy.