N° du projet 2210632041

The Media in Southern Africa is going though sustainability challenges caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, competition from digital platforms, and the collapse of legacy media business models. All these challenges call for the need for States to implement seeping changes in policies as well as better journalism training to re-skill in-service and pre-service journalists to adapt to the new global media operating environment. This project therefore seeks to support UNESCO member states in enhancing media pluralism and excellence in gender- responsive journalism training and capacity strengthening for the achievement of sustainable development

  • On-going

USD 40,000

Budget total du projet

USD 31,638

Total des dépenses encourues


En cours
Date de début 2022.01.01
Date de fin 2023.12.31
Référence au 2023.03.31

Couverture géographique et bénéficiaires

Pays Allocation

Plan de financement

Type de financement Utilisation des fonds Sources de financement Budget du projet (USD) Dépenses encourues (USD)
Assessed Contribution - Assessed Contribution Communication and information Contribution to Regular Budget 40,000 31,638

Les projets contribuent à

Contribution au cadre de résultats de l'UNESCO 2022-2025
Sector: Communication and information
Outcome 6 - Promote freedom of expression and the right to information Produit :6.CI3 - Member States and media institutions enabled to strengthen media development and media pluralism, including through the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC)
Outcome 8 - Foster knowledge sharing and skills development in the digital age Produit :8.IP4 - National capacities strengthened to empower learners of all ages, women and men, with digital competencies and Media and Information Literacy skills
Objectifs de développement durable
  • 60%
Priorités globales et groupes de priorités de l'UNESCO
  • Gender Equality | 30%
  • Youth | 30%
  • Priority Africa | 100%