The Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) thrilled to part a small collaborative workshop specifically tailored to journalists’ needs, in which was interested to know the real indigenous reports for health in across the world.
Organized by Sparknews Agency on November 12, 2021 in which is based at Germany and Over the past month it have been deep-diving into recent health coverage in the news, in order to understand how health issues are being connected to the broader set of key societal challenges we are facing. In order to do so. it also conducted an analysis, which consisted in reviewing thousands of articles focusing on NCDs, mental health and digital health; as well as ran interviews with 11 journalists from around the world, to gain insight into what sparks them to cover certain topics in health and how they construct their narrative around it.
The Sparknews proposed an hour-long session of online discussion on November 12, 2021 between 3:30-4:30 CET, with a group of other journalists, to delve into possible new angles, ideas for novel concrete solutions and new stakeholders who could be included in our health coverage. The free workshop was both a moment for exchange with health experts and an opportunity to form new connections within the journalists.
The Secretary General of SOMESHA H. E. Mr. Daud Abdi Daud was attended the workshop and gained Somali journalists fraternity opinion and experiences with the others.