Global Media Foundation (GLOMEF), formerly African Media Aid (AFRIMA) human rights and anti-corruption media advocacy organisation was founded by a broadcast Journalists and human rights and anti-corruption crusader, Raphael Godlove Ahenu Jr. in 2005 under the Companies Code, 1963(ACT179). It was registered as a Non-governmental Organization Limited by guarantee and was given the certificate under the provision of Sections 27 and 28 of Companies Code, 1963 given it entitlement to commence business with effect from 29 January, 2009. GLOMEF is aimed at creating a vibrant, dynamic and smart media in Africa to fight against corruption and seek social justice as well as ensuring sustainable development through the promotion of Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s), peace, democratic governance, human rights, youth and women development and ensuring free flow of information
Areas of activity:
Awareness & Campaign
Focus of Capacity Development:
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