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Mizizi Grassroots Journalists Trained

Pamoja Trust facilitated a three-day training of citizen journalists in Mombasa between the 20th and the 22nd of May 2015. The citizen journalist (Mizizi News) is a concept that was developed to facilitate community members to tell exciting stories from the settlements, especially those that the mainstream media is not able to.

 

The training exercise was therefore geared at imparting writing and photography skills that would enable the participants to capture and document stories that could be relayed through a variety of media, including the mainstream media. Ultimately, these skills would enable them to earn a livelihood from the work.

The training is Mombasa is part of an on-going process that seeks to establish grassroots journalists in each of the Counties where Pamoja Trust works. The training focused on the devolution theme and its impact. During the training, each participant was assigned a topic of their choice and was expected to submit the first drafts within two weeks after the training. The team was also tasked to set up social media pages, through which some of the stories and photos could be posted.


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About Pamoja Trust

Pamoja Trust is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote access to land, shelter and basic services for the urban poor. It owes its origins to the need for institutional support for the anti-evictions movement that arose and grew in Kenya in late 1990s and early 2000. 

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What We Do

Pamoja Trust helps urban dwellers access basic services such as Water and Sanitation. To attain this, communities are mobilized subsequently they organize themselves to facilitate the laying of legal infrastructure and the connection of water to individual structures and in water kiosks.

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Where We Work

Pamoja Trust Works with disadvantaged and marginalized people living in poor urban dwellings. We are in Nairobi, Mombasa and other urban Towns in Kenya, advocating for secure neighborhoods, access to basic services and land tenure issues.

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