Journalists, photographers and freelancers based in a South Asian country can apply for a fellowship focused on public health.
Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is accepting applications for the Without Borders Media Fellowship. The program aims to encourage both cross-border and hyper-local reporting in South Asia and leverage powerful storytelling to highlight pressing issues concerning public health and humanitarian aid.
The fellowship includes mentorship, subject matter sensitization, training, access to MSF projects and experts, and reporting costs for field visit.
Interested candidates may submit reporting proposals on a range of themes across public health and humanitarian aid. Applicants can apply under two grant categories: topic-based grant or general grant.
Fellows will receive awards between INR50,000 to INR2,00,000. They are expected to publish their work within three months of the award.
The application deadline is Sept. 15.
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