Association for Media Development In South Sudan (AMDISS) was formed in 2003 before the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) of 2005.
AMDISS was formed by South Sudanese journalists in
the diaspora who are editors and owners of the leading media outlets for the then Southern Sudan, it started as a network through the internet/emails and it is a membership based organization.
AMDISS in collaboration with local media houses including SAMA FM, Bakhita, Top FM, EBC, Almoghif Newspaper started an in-house training to enhance Editorial skills, management and sustainability. we thank @UNESCO for the support.
AMDISS in collaboration with local media houses in Juba ie Sama FM, Radio Bakhita, Top FM, EBC Radio, Almoughif Newspaper started an In-house training to enhance editorial skills, media management and sustainability. We thank UNESCO @UnescoJuba for the support.
AMDISS Director shares experience on Japanese elections management practices upon his arrival from Tokyo. Michael Duku seized the opportunity to share his experience at the sideline meeting of the AMDISS board in Juba. @jica_direct_en
This afternoon, armed robbers shot at our car and got away with money. The robbers followed our car upto our gate when it was returning from the bank and shot at the car twice. Two of our staff were inside the car. One staff got minor injuries.
Photos by @Maura_Ajak89
Today November 8th, 2022, a Regional Adviser for Communication and Information for Africa of UNESCO visited AMDISS. UNESCO supported part of the infrastructure needs of the training at MDI including […]