In today’s congregation, we have graduated 29 students, including 7 females after completing a one-year course in journalism. The students were awarded Advanced Certificates in Journalism. We are happy to announce that we have graduated a total of 161 student journalists from 2016 to date. We thank our partners, USAID, NCA, NPA, UK Embassy, Internews, and UNESCO for their unwavering and generous support of our work.
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A member of the national parliament graduated from the University of Juba on Saturday at the age of 78, becoming the second oldest female student to graduate since 2018. #SSOT. #SouthSudan. https://www.eyeradio.org/78-year-old-victoria-i-am-the-proof-that-education-has-no-age-limit/
The Deputy Minister of Information has cautioned the public against misuse of freedom of expression and disinformation in the country. #SouthSudan #SSOT https://www.eyeradio.org/deputy-minister-of-ict-cautions-against-abuse-of-freedom-of-expression/
The Principal of Media Development Institute in Juba has called for more women in the media industry in #SouthSudan, adding that Journalism is a profession for all, not only for men. #SSOT https://www.eyeradio.org/journalism-is-a-profession-for-all-not-only-for-men-says-aya/
Our training wing, the Media Development Institute (MDI) has this morning graduated 29 students, including 7 females after completing a one-year course in journalism. They were awarded Advanced Certificates in Journalism. Thanks to @USAIDSouthSudan,NCA, NPA for their support.4
Media Development Institute graduates 29, November 2022
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