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About


The ROUNDCHECK Volunteer Network was created in March 2022 with one single objective, which is to train youths on how to combat false information. We saw this as a necessity because of the widespread of false information on our social space and also because the youths form a large percentage of internet users.

We roll out two applications for the network annually, March and August. The period of volunteering under this network is limited to 4 months. During this period, volunteers receive free training, mentorship, tools, and opportunities. At the end of each volunteering period, members get a certificate attesting of their contribution to ending misinformation in Africa

What We Offer

Mentorship

Training

Opportunities

Networking


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Testimonials

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Fatimah Idera. Volunteer, second cohort.

Being a Volunteer at Roundcheck has really helped me to improve a lot. I really do not have any fact-checking knowledge before. I have learnt different tols and methods about fact-checking.


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Egwu Linus. Volunteer, second cohort.

My Volunteering experience has helped me grow in writing. As a professional Journalist, i have grown to know how to spot claims that are likely to be misinformation and also the verification process.


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Oluwapelumi Olajiga. Volunteer, first cohort.

My journey into fact-checking started as a volunteer at Roundcheck and i'm happy i took the step and now i have really learnt and contributing in the fight against false information.


Want to be a Volunteer?


Send us a mail: admin@roundcheck.com.ng

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We have a duty and that is to combat false information, reduce its spread, and create an environment where only true information can be gotten. We are open for supports and partnerships to make this goal easy and effective.

You can contact us here- Contact Roundcheck

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