Jamra primary scholl for children affected by HIV/AIDS, drugs or poverty, Senegal (c) Nell Freeman/Alliance Participants in the Photovioce project, Ecuador © Marcela Nievas for the Alliance
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Become a citizen journalist for the Key Correspondents

30
SEP
2011

Aids Alliance

Do you have something to say about health issues? Are things happening in your community that the world needs to know about?

The Key Correspondents (KC) Team is a vibrant network of more than 250 community-based writers reporting from around 50 countries. A large number of KCs are people living with or affected by HIV. All of the KCs are volunteers and include those working in advocacy, media, health and development.

The KC team has just launched its brand new website www.keycorrespondents.org, an international platform read by activists, community members, health professionals, academics, policy makers, opinion formers, journalists and editors.

By posting articles, links, videos and images on the new website people from all over the world are able to communicate the reality of health and development to key influencers as a way to advocate for political and social change.

There is no better time to encourage people you know to get involved with the KC network and speak their world.

Those who sign up will be the first to hear news of in-country training, scholarships and competitions. They’ll also be able to hear from other KCs across the world.

The KC team welcomes people from diverse backgrounds – all someone needs is an enthusiasm to document health and development issues.

Please encourage people to register today to tell us who they are and why they want to be a KC, and a member of the team will be in touch.