Archive How to tell a compelling story about your project

  • By Zoe Tabary and Laurie Goering, TRF
  • 04/04/2017

A man and a boy load a donkey with jerrycans of water collected from a stream outside the village of Tsemera in Ethiopia's northern Amhara region, February 13, 2016. REUTERS/Katy Migiro

April 25, 11.30-12.30 GMT /Have a great story to tell about your project but not sure where to start? This discussion will share a few pointers. The first hour (11.30-12.30) will be in English, followed by the same discussion in French (12.30-1.30).

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