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JOURNALISTS FROM 60 RADIO STATIONS TO BE TRAINED ON EBOLA

The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), is organizing a special training on effective Ebola reporting for journalists from 60 radio stations across Ghana.

The training is aimed at equipping the journalists with relevant knowledge and skills to enable them do timely and accurate reporting on Ebola.

The 60 radio stations are mainly from rural and border districts of Ghana as well as regional capitals.

The training is focused on local radio stations because they remain the most effective information dissemination platform in rural communities and can therefore play an essential role in educating the public about the Ebola disease.

The training which is scheduled for November in Ghana is being organized with technical support from WHO and financial support from STAR-Ghana and the Norwegian Government.

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