Centre for Investigative Journalism (Nepal)

cijnepal.org.np/
  • Organization TypeAdvocacy NGO
  • Founded2016

Centre for Investigative Journalism (Nepal)

Organisation Profile Centre for Investigative Journalism was established in 1996 by group of enthusiastic journalists under the umbrella of non-profit Himal Association. The aim of the organisation was to produce quality investigative reporters through fellowship and mentorship support under the tutelage of senior journalists. Almost two decade later, the Centre has developed into an independent organisation which has worked to promote quality investigative reporting in the mainstream Nepali media. With wealth of expertise in the field, our experienced mentors have provided orientation and trained journalists to probe deeper, develop a thorough understanding of the issues at hand and report comprehensively.CIJ with generous support from national and international partners, and stakeholders in the mainstream media including publishers, editors and reporters – has been working to provide technical, logistical and editorial support to improve quality of investigative reporting in Nepal.CIJ TeamChandra Kishore Jha (Chairperson)   Chandra Kishore Jha is a prominent journalist, based in Central Nepal town of Birgunj. Jha regularly writes for major national publications like Himal Khabar Patrika and Kantipur Daily, on various issues including media, politics and society.
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