African journalists interested in crowd-sourced journalism are eligible for this award.
Preference will be given to entrants from the project’s target countries, which include the Central African Republic, Cote d’Ivoire, Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya.
The awards consist of a EUR€15,000 (about US$18,500) grant, which will be shared among the top three winners.
Each submission must include a brief summary (not more than two pages long) of a crowdsourced journalism concept proposal that includes a title, objective, proposed tools that will be used, beneficiaries, planned activities, expected results and resources needed.
The application deadline is August 21.
For more information, click here.