Annual Report 2017
MFA’s approach to use media for social change has continued to strengthen media in Kenya and Uganda while providing space for women and men to voice their aspirations on issues of leadership and governance, free and fair elections, peace building and nationhood. Here is a summary of our work in 2017.
Uganda – Annual Report 2022
Gender: Women in Media
Uganda Media Week
Promoting Youth Participation in Politics
MS President Uganda
Annual Report 2022
This is a highlight of all our projects in 2022. The year was an eventful year for Media Focus on Africa-Kenya. It was an election year in Kenya characterized by high octane politics that typically accompanies transitional elections in Kenya. In this backdrop, MFA-KE produced and broadcast on national TV and on 8 radio stations, the second season of Ms President. The show kept the agenda of gender equality in political leadership on the airwaves and on social media while the elections campaign hit fever pitch.
Uganda Media Week 2023 Report
Took place from November 9th, 2023, the 5th Uganda Media Week Conference, hosted by Media Focus on Africa Uganda, promised an illuminating journey into the future of journalism. Under the theme “Public Interest, AI, and the Future of Journalism,” this conference was poised to revolutionize the landscape of media.
The event convened a gathering of distinguished experts, influential voices, and industry insiders, fostering discussions around crucial topics. Panel discussions explored the role of effective reporting in strengthening democratic accountability, creating an inclusive internet environment for women in media, deciphering the implications of AI in the realm of journalism, and confronting online gender-based violence.
Uganda Media Week 2023 is not just a conference; it’s an avenue for transformative conversations and knowledge exchange.
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