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Why Green Media Awards?
The motivation is to promote and sustain media coverage on the environment in Malawi and accelerate the agenda for sustainable utilization of Malawi’s natural resources.

  Eligibility
All journalists practising in Malawi are eligible to apply, however, AEJ members will have an added advantage. Each Journalist is eligible to submit a minimum of two stories per category for a maximum of three categories.

  Language
The jury will entertain materials in English and Chichewa only.

Categories
Agriculture (nutrition, irrigation e.t.c), Best blogger / On-line journalists, Climate Change, Disaster Risk Reduction, Energy, Forestry, Green Media House of the year, Mining, The Green Documentary, The Green Investigative/Accountability award, The Green Photojournalist of the year, Waste Management and Pollution, Water and Sanitation, Wildlife,  

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Consultancy - Strategic Plan Development

The Association of Environmental Journalists (AEJ) is a legally constituted media membership-drive organization founded in April 2012. The AEJ’s core mandate is to promote environmental journalism in Malawi. It seeks to improve coverage of environmental issues through improved quality, frequency, credibility, and creativity. The AEJ has a memorandum of understanding with the USAID/Malawi and UKaid co-funded Modern Cooking for Healthy Forests (MCHF) Activity. MCHF promotes sustainable forest management in selected landscapes, as well as promote sustainable energy options in selected urban demand and consumption centres to maintain forest cover and reduce land-based emissions. Capacity building of the AEJ is one key element in the MOU and through the Forestry Accountability Journalism Initiative in Malawi, the partner institutions agreed to prioritize development of a Strategic Plan for the AEJ for the period 2022-2027. The overall objective of this consultancy is to develop the five-year AEJ Strategic Plan. The strategic plan is expected to enhance the AEJ’s approach to the running of the affairs of the institution and execute its mandate, create a sound base for resource mobilization and further reconcile internal obligations, duties, responsibilities and objectives. It will also serve as a means for fostering important relationships between and among various stakeholders. Qualified individual consultants can download the full Terms of Reference from the AEJ website, or can request a copy from recruitment@aejmalawi.org.

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