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 the provision of the radio production studio in 2016 and the computer lab/peace center in 2018 to facilitate media training.
AMDISS at quick glance
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AMDISS is a media advocacy & training organization committed to promote professional journalism & advocating for a vibrant, free and independent media.
Media Development Institute under @amdissmedia has admitted over 30 student journalists for a one year professional journalism training.... The training which started in 2016 has so far trained nearly 200 journalists across South Sudan of which this marks the 8th Cohort. #SSOX
Congratulations to the newly admitted students👏👏
“This political environment has to be changed because when Oppositions are fighting, everything is not secure & all of us have been hearing that our politician has adopted strategy of no peace no war which means no stability,” Koang Pal Chang.
UNESCO’s Regional Adviser visit to AMDISS.
By Lasu Joseph /