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Media Focus on Africa designs and produces locally contextualised media programmes for social change. Multi-media campaigns that simultaneously harness the potential of television, radio, print, mobile phones, and the Internet. These campaigns are combined with a strategy to strengthen the capacity of key actors who are able to influence the behaviour, beliefs and perceptions of the public at large.

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A drama series for social change that is telling the story of young Kenyans of different ethnic background who need to work together to win the national tournament.
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Public forums and trainings that bring together media practitioners, government representatives,civil society and the general public to discuss the role of the media in enhancing development.
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A drama series for social change: Building peace and reconciliation in Northern Uganda through film and dialogue
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We are supporting women running for MCA and Governor's positions in West Pokot, Mombasa, Trans Nzoia, Nyandarua, Kajiado, Kisumu, Narok and Nandi Counties.
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We are very happy to announce the official launch of our new Facebook page called "Media Focus on Africa" that brings together all friends and supporters of our other project p

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The Dag Hammarskjöld Fund for Journalists is now accepting applications from professional journalists from developing countries for its 2017 fellowship program.

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The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) is currently seeking applications from women journalists for its program entitled “Howard G.

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Media Focus on Africa Uganda has launched ‘Yat Madit’, the long awaited 13 episode drama series focusing on life after the war in Northern Uganda. The Launch that brou

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21st November is World Television day. To Celebrate the day, we spoke to Investigative TV journalist John Allan About Kenya’s Shrinking Media Freedoms.

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Media Focus on Africa in collaboration with FIDA Kenya has conducted 4 trainings for women Member of County Assembly, popularly known as MCA, and gubernatorial aspirants in the