We at Touching Souls International acknowledge the good work that is being done by the media to improve the living conditions in Bangladesh. In this regard, we have started a journalism fellowship program to recognize the talent and excellent work done by the water forum journalists, who have researched and worked hard for eco conservation and development. Under the program, financial aid is provided to them in the form of fellowship awards.
Water forum journalists in Bangladesh have put huge effort and worked hard to reduce pollution and make Bangladesh an environmentally better place to live. The nonprofit organization, Touching Souls International awards those journalists who have researched on water pollution, the causes and also how to reduce them to provide pure water to remote villages and cities in the country. This noble effort to improve the living conditions of the people and also conserve environment truly deserves accolades, and we have decided to do it through the journalism fellowship programs.
Among the journalists this charity organization chooses the ones who have done the most excellent work and whose work has really benefited the environment and the society on a whole. We believe that the main objective of journalism should be to make the society a better place, and this is exactly what we look for while nominating and awarding the winners.
In order to be eligible for our journalism fellowship programs, one needs to submit an application form to be sent to the board for review. After going through the research and work that a journalist has undertaken, he or she is nominated for the fellowship award. The Review Board consists of veteran journalists who are part of various eco conservation projects.
The journalism fellowship programs are an effort by the nonprofit organization, Touching Souls International to honor those scribes who have put so much effort to make Bangladesh a better nation.