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Internship Program Application

Online application form for the PMFI Internship Program.

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Apply for the Nagbabagang Kuwento Media Fellowship Cycle 5

The Nagbabagang Kuwento: Covering a Smoke Free Ph Media Fellowship Cycle 5 is a program that provides media practitioners with the opportunity and support to produce media stories that are focused on tobacco control and contribute to the discourse on a smoke-free Philippine environment. The program has been implemented by the Probe Media Foundation Inc. (PMFI) since 2016 with the support of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK). Filipino journalists and media practitioners working in print, television, radio, online/multimedia, podcasting, audio and video production (freelance or employed) are invited to apply for support for stories that have a focus on the many concerns related to the Philippine smoke-free environment. This may relate to health, regulations and policies (smoke-free bill), lifestyle, nature and environment, education, youth, business, economy, COVID-19, and other aspects.


All Resources

If you’re here because of media research and similar endeavors, you came to the right place. Materials from PMFI’s initiatives are available here for you to peruse and download at your convenience.

Toolkits and Guidelines for Media

Here are relevant materials for journalists, media professionals, and communicators to help improve your craft and guide you towards better reporting and storytelling. Some are not directly produced by PMFI but permission has been obtained for them to be made available for common use.


Stories and Output from Our Training and Fellowships

Read, watch, and listen to the diverse narratives from our numerous training and fellowship programs since 2002. Journalists, media professionals, young reporters and storytellers from the Philippines and Asia developed these stories.


Reference Materials from Our Projects

You can download project information sheets, registration forms, story grant applications, and other materials from our ongoing programs and projects here.