Henry Nxumalo Foundation
The Media Advocacy West Africa Foundation (MAWA-Foundation) is happy to receive the Henry Nxumalo Foundation grant. In the new grant, the African Investigative Journalism Conference, the Gates Foundation, and the Henry Nxumalo Foundation support MAWA-Foundation to undertake a reporting project that will uncover corruption in Nigeria’s health sector.
The Media Advocacy West Africa Foundation (MAWA-Foundation) is happy to receive the Leveraging Transparency to Reduce Corruption Project (LTRC) Fund. LTRC is a global action-research initiative led by Results for Development’s Accountability and Citizen Engagement practice.
The Fund is part of LTRC Program to conduct research focusing on reducing corruption and abuse of public resources in revenues generated from natural resources.
With the new funding, MAWA-Foundation in partnership with the Result for Development (R4D) will undertake an investigative reporting project that will uncover corruption in Nigeria’s natural resource revenue, using the Niger Delta Development Commission NDDC as a case study.
International Union for Land Value Taxation Grant
The Media Advocacy West Africa Foundation (MAWA-Foundation) is happy to receive the International Union for Land Value Taxation Grant. In the new grant, the International Union for Land Value Taxation supports MAWA-Foundation in undertaking the Nigeria Land Value Taxation Project (NILAVAT-Project). An initiative targeted at educating government officials and stakeholders to accept and adopt Land Value Taxation and practice.
The Media Advocacy West Africa (MAWA-Foundation) is happy to win the Meedan Check Global Independent Media Response Fund. It is a new climate misinformation fund, an initiative designed to respond to the hyperlocal needs of communities and media practitioners in North Africa Western Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean, and the Asia-Pacific region.
MAWA-Foundation made it in the over 450 applications from 68 countries and number 4 among 6 organizations selected in Africa. In the new funding, MAWA-Foundation in partnership with MEEDAN, INC will support independent media and local communities across six Area Councils in the Federal Capital Territory FCT-Abuja to address Climate Change related misinformation.
MAWA-Foundation is happy to receive funding support from the Open Society Foundation (OSIWA). The funding support is to assist MAWA-Foundation in conducting research on the impact of COVID-19 in communities in Nasarawa State.