WHO/Science Africa Road Safety Reporting Training

Deadline: 7th of June, 2024

From July 16–18, 2024, in Nairobi, Kenya, the World Health Organization (WHO) and Science Africa will conduct a three-day training program for journalists. The official release of the WHO Africa Regional Report on Road Safety will also take place during the session. The goal is to prepare journalists to cover important topics related to road safety and to assist them in training others.

The Road Safety Reporting Initiative seeks to support reporters in presenting more and better stories that contribute to a decrease in traffic-related fatalities. It provides training, coaching, resources, and tools as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety to assist journalists in learning more about the subject.


  • Applications are open to journalists and media trainers from Kenya, Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania.
  • After the training, participants may apply for grants to support reporting or training on road safety with mentoring provided by the Science Africa team.

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