Journalists from the Network for the Environment were involved in FAO projects on the Santiago Island

Praia, April 7 (Inforpress) – A group of professionals from the Cabo Verdean Journalism Network for the Environment (REJA) will be on the field all day this Friday, 7th to learn about FAO projects on the Santiago Island.

The study visit is a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and REJA, with the Ministry of Agriculture and Environment support, to train and inform journalists and media professionals about the work areas of this organization in Cabo Verde.

Strengthen the relationship with the media as a key stakeholder for public awareness and information and to interact and bring FAO staff together with journalists and media professionals to provide them with basic inputs on FAO’s mandate and work are some of the objectives of the event, according to information from the organization.

FAO also wants to bring to the media briefings and success stories of some beneficiaries and their interventions in the field, to strengthen the presence and  FAO’s visibility and its partners in the local press and boost the reach and impact of its projects and partners through a partnership with the media.




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