Multimedia Journalist & Communications Specialist in #SouthSudan /Entrepreneur/ Youth Influencer. Local Guide & Wanderluster #siapaitravels🇸🇸 Digital-savvy Communications and specialist with experience in planning, developing, and implementing strategic communications, branding, public information, and media-related programs and plans to drive organizational and program visibility and support advocacy efforts. Creative Manager who develops and executes multi-media campaigns that deliver key messaging, and produces newsletters, blogs, articles, media stories, and publications. Expertly liaises with multiple stakeholders and manages project logistics with competing deadlines. Fluent in English, Kiswahili, and Arabic, and proficient in MS Office Suite. Core Competencies: Communication & Branding Strategy – Information Management – Public Relations – Media Relations. Capacity Building/ Training – Knowledge Management – Communication Products Development – Social Media Management – Events Management – Stakeholder Engagement – Advocacy – Staff Management – Reporting
Local South Sudanese Bank Encourages Women's Inclusion. JUBA — Ryan O’Grady, acting CEO of Kush Bank in Juba, says the financial institution is exploring ways of removing obstacles that prevent South Sudanese women from enjoying banking privileges in the
Mary Matthew, a South Sudanese mother who supports her family working odd jobs washing clothes and dishes in local restaurants, says she was surprised by the hospitality her 6-year-old son showed Pope Francis on his visit to Juba earlier this month.
First Vice President Riek Machar is encouraging women’s groups in South Sudan to organize and increase their political participation ahead of elections scheduled for next year.
South Sudan's minister of gender, child and social welfare said this week that child marriage remains a "major problem" in the country and urged chiefs to help protect young girls from early marriage and other harmful practices.
The annual Global Entrepreneurship Week which occurs in the second week of November was marked this year in South Sudan by recognizing efforts of successful South Sudanese businessmen and women.
Four South Sudanese children were flown to Tel Aviv last week for life-saving heart surgeries performed by Israel-based humanitarian organizations treating critically ill children from countries where access to pediatric care is limited.
Thirty South Sudanese students from two primary schools in Torit are farming to produce food to sell at local markets in the Eastern Equatoria state capital. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Swedish Internationational