Global Nutrition and Food Security Reporting Fellowship Stories
ICFJ’s Global Nutrition and Food Security Reporting Fellowship, in partnership with the Eleanor Crook Foundation, helped journalists in the U.S. and around the world gain a better understanding of COVID-19’s impacts on global hunger, malnutrition, and food security.
After a series of webinars on global health- and nutrition-related issues, participants formed teams to produce in-depth pieces on a range of relevant topics. In addition to financial support, these collaborative projects were supported by mentors and additional training. The articles have now been published in outlets around the world.
You can learn more about the program participants and check out the stories they produced by clicking on their profiles below.
The Global Nutrition and Food Security Reporting Fellowship is funded by the Eleanor Crook Foundation.