Thank you very much for sharing this information Lydia Gachungi.
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 10:50 AM Lydia gachungi via kictanet <
> Drawing your attention to this free online course on African media policy,
> which draws a lot on UNESCO materials for its content.
> It runs for 6 weeks, involving a maximum of 3 hours a week.
> Having looked at the content, UNESCO is recommending it.
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