Editors acquired skills on copy editing and headline writing


From 13th – 19th September, the Media High Council trained 31 Editors from different print media houses on copy editing and writing a short, Simple and attractive headline. The training also helped them to produce professional...[more]

Media practitioners to promote governance accountability reporting


From 24 to 29th August 2017, 23 online journalists have participated in a practical training on enabling media capacity on Governance accountability and development programs.  The objectives of the aforementioned training...[more]

Media High Council facilitates journalists to cover live 2017 presidential elections.


Kigali, from 3rd to 5th August 2017, the Media High Council facilitated media practitioners   to cover live the 2017 Rwanda’s presidential elections. The training drew together 80 journalists from TV, print, radio and online...[more]

Study tour in Kenya gives media managers direct media business experience


From 4th to 10th June 2017, 12 Media managers from different media outlets held a study tour in Kenya.  The six days spent in Kenya, they visited a number of more experienced media outlets having the purpose of creating a...[more]

Journalists trained on strategic reporting of national development programmes


On 6th July 2017, 48 media practitioners completed an eight -day practical training on strategic reporting on National Development Programmes. It was held from 28th June- 6th July 2017, in 8 districts: Karongi, Rutsiro, Huye ,...[more]

Rwandan journalists to embrace statistical data in their stories


The Media High Council in partnership with UNDP and NISR has conducted an eight-day media practical training on statistical data analysis (Intermediate) with hands-on data journalism skills .The training held from 27th June – 5th...[more]

Editors trained on the usage of Kinyarwanda language in media content creation.


Musanze , the Rwanda Academy of Language and Culture (RALC) in the usage of Kinyarwanda language collaboration with Media High Council (MHC) with the Support of UNESCO  trained 52 editors from different media outlets such as...[more]

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