"Skills Enhancement Workshop for journalists of Indigenous Community" begins at Surkhet

Journalists working in various media states that issues of the indigenous and Madheshi people are often underreported in the mainstream media. With increase in the number of journalists belonging to the indigenous and Madheshi community, this situation has somehow changed and more news and issues of the community is getting exposure.

Aiming to enhance the skills of the journalists belonging to the Indigenous and Madheshi community, Equal Access, under the Sajhedari Bikaas project funded by USAID, has organized a 5 days residential "Skills Enhancement Workshop for journalists of Indigenous Community on Conflict Sensitive and Development Reporting" workshop at Birendranagar, Surkhet. 17 journalists from 6 districts (Surkhet, Banke, Bardia, Dang, Kailali and Kanchanpur) of the Mid and Far Western region of Nepal are participating in the workshop.


Equal Access organizes Orientation Program for FM Producers/Reporters in Chisapani and Gaindakot

Equal Access is conducting an Orientation Program for FM producers/reporters in Gaindakot, Nawalparasi from 16-18th March 2015 on Bhanchin Aama Radio Program Phase - III. A total of 19 reporters from Western, Central and Eastern development regions are currently participating in the training.


Community Broadcasting Capacity Building Training - Siraha

Equal Access Nepal (EAN) is conducting a Capacity Building training on Community Broadcasting in Lahan, Siraha. 28 participants from 17 operational FM radio stations of Saptari, Siraha and Udayapur are currently participating in the training. 13 of total participants are female representing diverse groups, culture, geography and languages from 3 districts. The training began on February 23rd and will continue until 27th February, 2015.