Tips for Effective Coverage of Immunization

By: Margaret Looney | 03/22/2013

Current and past Knight Fellows Elsabet Samuel, Brenda Wilson, Mercedes Sayagues and Joachim Buwembo are improving in health and development coverage in Africa.

Current and past Knight Fellows Elsabet Samuel, Brenda Wilson, Mercedes Sayagues and Joachim Buwembo are improving in health and development coverage in Africa.

Journalists from Sub-Saharan Africa, the Gulf States and Pakistan can enter their stories about vaccines in a contest organized by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ). Contest winners will receive a cash prize and two-week study tour to the United States.

For inspiration, IJNet gathered tips from some of ICFJ’s current and past Knight International Journalism Fellows who specialize in health coverage.

Read their advice here.

The International Journalists' Network, IJNet, keeps professional and citizen journalists up to date on the latest media innovations, online journalism resources, training opportunities and expert advice. ICFJ produces IJNet in seven languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, Persian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. IJNet is supported by donors including the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

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