Audience Survey Questionnaire

Media Literacy & Countering Misinformation Project

 Dear Respondent, the availability of mobile phones and the internet has led to the spread of false information about the COVID 19 pandemic as well as the Vaccine which has led to an increase in COVID denial and shunning WHO precautions and treatments for the Virus. Unscientific claims have led to a spread of conspiracy theories and distrust for government initiatives to stop the spread of the virus.

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The results of the study shall be used to design a training programme, which will educate young Nigerians on the ways false information and misinformation are spread on social media channels and messaging apps.

Please note that there are no right or wrong answers to any of these questions, as no marks will be awarded. So be honest in responding to the questions. The responses will be treated with the utmost confidentiality. 

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Tel: 0902 547 8072

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WABMA and Enugu Literary Society with support from the U.S. Mission Nigeria, has launched Project #factchecknigeria; a campaign designed to train youths and media professionals on media literacy and misinformation countering. To this end, Youth Facilitators are needed in the South West, South-South, and southeast Nigeria. 

To apply, send your CV to [email protected]

Please share this with your contacts; the person fit for this role might just be scrolling through your timeline. 

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