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Reporting on Immunisation - 8-12 February

Thomson Reuters Foundation in partnership with the Sabin Vaccine Institute launches an 5 day-long training programme “Reporting on Immunisation and Vaccination”.

The form is for English-language course which will run from 8th to 12th February.
If you are interested in Spanish-language course (from 1st to 5th of February) - please follow this link:  

The programme will be covering a wide scope of immunisation-related topics: the role of vaccines in public health, new and emerging issues particularly around COVID-19 vaccines, and the responsibility of media in educating the public about misinformation on vaccines and immunization.

The programme consists of 4 days of online training, followed by one-to-one online mentoring for all participants. £250 story grants and ongoing mentoring for 8 weeks will be available to selected applicants following the course. 

Applicants who are interested in issues related to health reporting and the current issues on immunisation are encouraged to apply, as well as specialist health reporters. Applicants should have a minimum of two years’ professional experience and a good level of spoken and written English to apply to the English-language course. The applicants must live and work in one of the countries of Guyana, Honduras and Bolivia.

The deadline is January 18. Successful applicants will be notified by January 22. Thomson Reuters Foundation does not comment the selection results nor informs participants who weren't selected. 

To apply for the programme please complete this form.

You will be able to save your application and continue it later, by clicking the link at the top of the next page.

If you have issues with application form submitting, please contact Melanie Cremona: