MFWA

AcronymDefinition
MFWAMedia Foundation for West Africa
MFWAMaking Finance Work for Africa (World Bank)
MFWAMorsecodians Fraternity of Western Australia
MFWAMid Florida Wrestling Association (Winter Park, FL)
MFWAMoray Firth Watersports Association (UK)
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The Committee was made up of representatives of the GPS, Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), National Media Commission (NMC), Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Ghana Community Radio Network (GCRN), Editors Forum-Ghana, Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA), Ghana Institute
December 4, 2010; MFWA, "Two Detained TV Journalists Tortured
MFWA, "Two Detained TV Journalists Tourtured Severely,"
Mr Mam Camara, the President of the Union of Ivorian Journalists, said that the adoption of the new code signifies the commitment of the Ivorian media to professionalism and the success of the first phase of the MFWA and IMS project.
WAMECA is an initiative of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) MFWA to promote media excellence in the sub region.
Him," March 20, 2009; MFWA, "Guinea Alert: Journalist and
Kwame Karikari, Board Member MFWA, Salifu Abdul Rahman, Senior Assistant Editor, Ghanaian Times Newspaper, and Mr Sampson Lardy Anyenini.
instance, MFWA, "Guinea Alert: Soldiers Brutalise Journalist,
With over 136 newspapers, 400 radio stations, 200 television stations, coupled with numerous online media, the media's contribution to fighting corruption should have been outstanding, but, according to Mr Sulemana Braimah, Executive Director of Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), the 'media's contribution to the fight against corruption is abysmal.'
The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), in a statement, condemned the barbaric murder of the journalist who worked in the interest of his country.
The forum was organised by the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), with support from Deutsche Welle (DW) Akademie, and brought about 20 MMDCEs from various parts of the country.
The workshop, a three-day-residential program was organised by Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) with support from DW Akademie.