International Fact-Checking Network awards $975,000 to fact-checkers serving 34 countries

The grants are funded by Google and YouTube to support the capabilities of fact-checking organizations around the world


The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at the Poynter Institute has announced $975,000 in grants to 39 fact-checking organizations across 34 countries, including Ukraine, Egypt, Guatemala, Liberia, Nepal and Canada as part of the latest phase of the Global Fact Check Fund.

This is the second BUILD phase of the grant program, which is designed to help develop organizations’ operational capacity to support fact-checking in local and regional work.

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