30 JUNE, 2023
EDITING TRAINING TO WOMEN JOURNALlSTS
Kathmandu: Working Women Journalists (WWJ) organized the editing skill training to Women Journalists on 30th June, 2023 at Union House, Anamnagar, Kathmandu. Editor-in-Chief of Annapurna Post daily, Akhanda Bhandari and WWJ Founder President Sangeeta Lama trained in the Participants.
The training was attended by two dozen of female journalists working in different online, newspapers and radio. In the opening session of the training, WWJ President Nirmala Acharya said that the organization has been organizing skill-based training for a long time to enhance the capacity of women journalists. President Acharya added that through editing skills organized by WWJ, which was established in 2006 with the aim of increasing the number and quality of women journalists will help to increase the editorial capacity and efficiency of women journalists.
The Program was conducted by the Secretary General of the organization, Chanda Bista. Trainer Bhandari trained women journalists on topics to be considered while editing any news or feature articles, how to improve language and writing editorial and opinions. In the same way, another trainer Lama focused on how to develop their leadership skill along with enhancing their abilities and how to make the content of news, feature or opinion interesting.
Treasurer of WWJ Rukmini Pokharel coordinated the Program. Ramkala Khadka, Vice President of the organization, thanked the trainees who participated in the training. She also added that women Journalists should try to reach in leadership position by using editing skills and improving their writings. The training was conducted with the financial support of Ministry of Communications and information technology.