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IPDC project priority: Human Resource Development

This project was implemented over the period 1982-1992.

Determination of needs, preparation of projects and training. This project involved missions being undertaken by UNESCO staff and consultants leading to project proposals.

Project implemented over the period 1982-1991.

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) emerged as a professional body representing the interest of journalists since 1949. GJA is on eof the most important civil society organizations in Ghana and a strong advocate of press freedom and freedom of expression. GJA plans to conduct ICT workshops for journalists, to enchance the performance of media professional by ICT use and to increase the number of journalists capable of employing ICTs in their work. The workshops will take place over two week periods for individual groups of 40 covering a total period of 8 weels. An interactive training...


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