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Cameroon training of media practitioners

12 to 15 January 2020

From 12 to 15 January 2020 EISA DRC supported EISA's Central Africa regional office in Gabon in facilitating the training of 50 media practitioners in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Sessions were held on how an effective coverage of the electoral cycle activities can help media have newsworthy elements and prevent them from relaying violent messages in elections time. The training was organised in the context of the February 2020 parliamentary polls in Cameroon.

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