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AMDISS - Association for Media Development in South Sudan
British Ambassador Alison Blackburne
British Ambassador Alison Blackburne (centre) visited AMDISS ahead of WPFD 2018 and met with staff and journalists.
Extractive Industry Reporting Field Trip
Beatrice Amude, MDI Trainee during her field trip for Extractive Industry Reporting at Kor Romula and Kit River-Rajaf East-Juba, South Sudan.
Young Media Professionals
One day MDI Trainees Seminar and Young Media Professionals Held at AMDISS Compound.
AMDISS Outreach program 2018
Executive Director AMDISS (Front-Center) is launching a one week Journalism Training Workshop on Media Laws, Code of Conduct, Ethics of Journalism and Basic Journalism skills in northwestern South Sudan Wau State, October 17th - October 23rd, 2018.
AMDISS AGM 2018
AMDISS|MDI BoT Members
AMDISS and MDI BoT members posed for a group photo during their training on "Roles of BoT"
Extractive Industry Reporting Field Trip
MDI Trainees during their field trip for Extractive Industry Reporting at Kor Romula and Kit River-Rajaf East-Juba, South Sudan
Day 2 of the Journalism Training Workshop In Wau
Journalists doing recaps of what they learned yesterday curtesy of Irene Aya and Ms. Fatima Rob, a Journalist from Radio Wau pointing out the lack of Press and Broadcast Complaints.

Welcome to AMDISS

The Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) was formed in 2003 by editors and owners of the leading media outlets in South Sudan to help address the news and information void in the country and the lack of capacity by local journalists to report on the issues of

Media development

AMDISS is a home to the Media Development Institute (MDI) which is due to be established. The establishment of...

Advocacy

Through its advocacy programme, AMDISS seeks to build awareness on respect for freedom of expression, human rights, justice and...

Training.

Independence presents great opportunities for South Sudan and its people, and the media has a crucial role to play...

Welcome to AMDISS

The Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) was formed in 2003 by editors and owners of the...

Media development

AMDISS is a home to the Media Development Institute (MDI) which is due to be established. The establishment of the Library is on progress.The Media and Resource Centre is a meeting place for journalists across South Sudan and around the world, the first port of call on anything media related in South Sudan. It’s a place for journalists to discuss, debate and reflect. There are computers with high-speed internet, satellite television and the stock of the library includes newspapers, books, reports and research materials on issues of interest to journalists and civil society.

It is also the hub for our advocacy and media research work and the site of lectures, conferences, round tables, panel discussions, seminars and meetings. In the coming months the MDI will house AMDISS’s media training center, bringing together journalists from around the country for shorter and also more intensive courses on everything, from basic journalism skills to election or investigative Journalism, conflict sensitive reporting and photojournalism.