New funding - last opportunity for journalists
to get a €15,000 grant covering health in developing countries

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FEB 2020

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DEC 2019

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NOV 2019

30

SEP 2019

08

AUG 2019

18

JUN 2019

 

 

 

 

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Round 6

Application

Deadline round 6

The call for applications of round 6 will be closed on 5 February 2020

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Round 5

Bootcamp

Bootcamp round 5

The winners will take part in a one day boot camp style training. The event will focus on impact, dissemination and publication strategies on how to achieve real world public impacts.

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Round 6

Application

Call for applications round 6

A new call for applications has just been opened!

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Round 5

Winners

Award round 5

The winners were announced on 1st of October 2019. The winning journalists will now start their projects.

5
Round 5

Application

Deadline applications round 5

The call for applications were closed on 8 August 2019.

5
Round 5

Application

Call for applications round 5

The call for applications for in-depth Global Health project reported from developing countries for media outlets in Germany is closed. The deadline was 8 August 2019 (22:00 CEST).

Featured projects

We have supported the development of nearly 230 projects with more grants being awarded in 2020.

Use the slider and map below to see some of stories made possible by the Global Health Journalism Grant Programme for Germany.

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Sudan

Health In Times Of War

Breaking Laws, Saving Lives - The Illegal Doctors Of South Kordofan

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India

Tuberculosis In India

A country's fight against tuberculosis

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Botswana

Untapped Knowledge

African Traditional Healers and their Plants

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South Africa

Life Without Kidneys: How ready is Africa for the imminent NCD crisis?

An exploration of the kind of innovative thinking that will be needed to address the WHO’s prediction that non-communicable diseases like diabetes and heart disease will be the leading cause of death in Africa by 2030.

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