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WWF-Kenya Voices for Just Climate Action Media Grant (Ksh. 1,000,000)

WWF-Kenya Voices for Just Climate Action Media Grant (Ksh. 1,000,000)

Deadline: 6-Oct-22

WWF-Kenya is seeking four (4) Climate Action storytelling proposals from Kenyan registered professional journalists’ coalitions, media associations or networks or consortiums and independent digital media for the award of four million Kenya Shillings (Ksh. 4,000,000) Voices for Just Climate Action media grant.

The goal is to facilitate Kenyan journalists to amplify Voices of Just Climate Action on impacts of climate change and locally-shaped solutions being adopted to enhance resilience. The areas of focus include but not limited to amplifying the voices of women, youth, indigenous communities, local and marginalized communities while highlighting the nexus between climate solutions that enhance conservation and the benefits to people, nature and the economy.

World Wide Fund for Nature Kenya (WWF-Kenya) is a locally registered non- governmental conservation organization; an affiliate of WWF International. WWF has been working in Kenya since 1962 alongside the government, civil society, private sector organizations and local communities to contribute towards providing an enabling environment for the achievement of sustainable natural resource management.

Funding Information
The maximum grant award is one million Kenya shillings (Ksh. 1,000,000) per grantee.
Three months (October to December 31st, 2022)
Eligibility Criteria
Kenyan registered and active professional journalists’ associations, media networks, consortiums, alliances, and independent digital media.
Must be operating at national and/or county level.
Applicant(s) with the ability to link to and mobilize larger networks or capacity to access, mobilize, convene and influence power holders through membership.
The applicant(s) must have a clean human rights record.
Must have prior
It will be considered favourable if the applicant(s):
Include(s) actors not traditionally working in climate justice issues, but that have skills and tools which are relevant and/or scalable.
Reflect(s) a diverse perspective and intersectionality approach which will enhance participation and strengthen the wider climate justice movement and advocacy.
Is/are led by or work with women groups, youth, persons with disabilities, or other marginalized groups.
Is/are willing to collaborate with other actors like CSOs to influence stronger impacts to build capacity over time and jointly develop and implement a capacity strengthening plan.
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