The Aga Khan University Media Innovation Center is accepting applications from storytellers, writers, visual artists, cartoonists, illustrators, data analytics specialists, data scientists, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, coders, programmers and animators who are willing to work as team to create compelling and engaging multimedia projects on important social, environmental, economic issues in the East Africa region.
The Goethe-Zentrum Kampala and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) are looking for photographs that capture the vision on and of the middle class in Uganda by young up and coming photographers who will stand a chance to wish cash prizes. The Goethe-Zentrum Kampala/ Ugandan German Cultural Society is an apolitical and non-profit organization (cultural society) based in Kampala.
Apply now to the EU Sight by side competition in search for photographers to report on inequalities in Uganda. Uganda, a country rich in wildlife, home to different tribal heritages, diverse landscapes, is also one of the largest refugee-hosting nations in the world and, whilst growing economically, it still faces major challenges. If an image
Applications are now open for 2018 $30,000 CatchLight Fellowship Program. The CatchLight Fellowship annually recognizes three professional photographers—leaders in visual storytelling—who have demonstrated excellence in the novel use of photography to bring awareness to challenging social issues. Each CatchLight Fellow receives a $30,000 grant and then collaborates with a CatchLight media partner to complete his or her
The Kalahari Review is an African-centric magazine interested in material exploring modern Africa and Africans in unique and avant-garde ways. Telling new stories from everyday African life as told by the people that are living it. They are looking for stories that have not often been told but should be — through voices that have