CITIZEN JOURNALISM AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION

Lead facilitator Jasper Maposa exploring the role of how citizen journalism and how it can be harnessed for community development with a bias towards the SDGs
Lead facilitator Jasper Maposa exploring the role of how citizen journalism and how it can be harnessed for community development with a bias towards the SDGs
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Community Voices Zimbabwe in partnership with the Rural Enterprise Trust in Zimbabwe conducted a series of meetings in Mashonaland Central Province with junior Members of Parliament, Junior Councillors, government departments, local authority leaders and teachers towards enhancing the practical realisation of these SDGs: ZERO HUNGER, GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEIMG AND QUALITY EDUCATION. Taking children and the youth on board is key to decision making at community and national levels. A number of issues were explored that have a bearing on nutrition and well-being. Citizen journalism constituted part of the workshops with the aim of strengthening nutrition champions at local levels through provision of organic information ecosystem.

Junior Mps, Junior Councillors and local leadership build information systems to enhance improved nutrition in Mashonaland Central Province

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