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title:
Journalism training and institution building in Central American countries
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2003
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Washington, DC
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x, 24 p.
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bibliogr. p.23-24
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"USAID′s Latin American Journalism Project (LAJP), which focused on journalistic standards and practices in Central America from 1988 to 1997, was the Agency′s first major media initiative. The project stemmed from an assessment and conference, and a proposal by Florida International University (FIU), that concluded that educational and training programs carried out over the long term would have a positive impact on journalism throughout the region. As designed and implemented by FIU, the project provided training to nearly 7,000 participants on different aspects of journalism. When funding lapsed in 1997, the Agency passed the torch to the Center for Latin American Journalism (CELAP), a private, self-supporting institution that continues to provide journalism training in Latin America. As a part of its global assessment of media assistance, USAID′s Center for Development Information and Evaluation (CDIE)1 evaluated the achievements, impacts, and limitations of the LAJP and CELAP programs in October 2002." (executive summary)
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