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Our Publications

As part of our effort to promote better coverage of the HIV epidemic, we offer 4-6 month fellowships to working journalists to undertake longer term and in-depth research and writing outside of the newsroom. The writing that results from these fellowships is published in a wide range of media and peer-reviewed journals.

We also run wider discussion forums on HIV and AIDS and the media to stimulate debate and discussion amongst journalists, editors, activists, doctors, scientists, academics, government and other stakeholders.

The HIV&AIDS Media Project is also involved in training graduate and working journalists in HIV reporting.

Wits Journalism Anova Health

The project is jointly managed by the Anova Health Institute and the Journalism and Media Studies Programme at the University of the Witwatersrand. The project is funded by by the Health Communication Partnership based at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Centre for Communication Programmes and the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS relief through the United States Agency for International Development under terms of Award No. JH/HESA-02-05 and through the Anova Health Institute through PEPFAR via USAID under Award No. AID-674-A-12-00015.