State2State has engaged media practitioners and spokespersons in three-day intense training on Conflict Sensitivity in Bauchi.
The training draw participants from both government and private media institutions and journalism umbrellas in the state.
Comrade Umar Sa’idu, the Chairman Bauchi State Chapter of the NUJ, said the move as timely considering the rampant cases of conflicts affecting the growth and development of the state and the country as a whole.
He advised the participants of the programme to take advantage of the opportunity to enhance their daily reportage by conforming to the principles and ethics of journalism.
Kabiru Ali Kobi, Chairman Nigeria Institute of Public Relations, NIPR, Bauchi State Chapter appreciated the organization for considering his members in the training, stressing that it will go a long way in setting media practitioners to stick to the principles of journalism.
State2State, with funding from USAID, supports strengthening governance structures to improve the ability to plan and budget, raise revenues, increase civil society participation, and oversee service delivery in the health; education; and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sectors.
State2State, with funding from the USAID, works to support state federal institutions and local government areas to strengthen institutions of governance to make them effective and efficient.