Published date: 10/22/2019
Extended deadline to submit: 06/30/2020
The International Network for Nepali Journalists (INNJA) seeks qualified Nonprofits/ community-based organizations/Media partners/Consulting agencies in the country to submit ‘Expressions of Interests’ to work with INNJA to promote professional journalism through social activities in the Nepalese diaspora.
Founded in 2018 by a group of journalists of Nepali origin in USA, INNJA, a registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit, provides a platform for Nepali journalists and encourages professional journalism.
INNJA’s mission is to connect, educate and inspire Nepali journalists around the world. INNJA envisions a world in which Nepali journalists will demonstrate exemplary journalism guided by the core values of professionalism, accountability, respect, creativity. and ethics. INNJA works in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas.
In order to achieve its goals, INNJA has embarked on fundraising drive through various donor organizations. We think that journalism and community should move together for the benefit of our community members. Besides promoting professional journalism, we are also aiming to raise funds to help our community-based organizations in the promotion of Nepali culture; and training and capacity building on social work through INNJA networking program.
We think that a strong partnership and community participation is needed to implement these activities. We encourage all nonprofit and consulting agencies to submit their expression of interest to work with INNJA. Thank you!
You can help support INNJA in various ways:
By partnering with INNJA that help your program for the community needs.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission to promote Nepali Language.
ChhunuMunu is the Nepali language learning application dedicated to our kids. We think that the contributions toward community will help promote community journalism! Let's help support the ChhunuMunu project to conserve our precious Nepali language.
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