Tito Justin

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Juba, South Sudan

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Tito has worked for:
English to Africa Service, Voice of America Voice of America - South Sudan

Tito Justin

I’m a result orientated “Communications and Advocacy” expert with 5 years of experience in journalism and humanitarian response focusing on health, education, politics, economics and Human Rights among others.  I worked with international and local media organizations formulating plans for story coverage and reporting on current events. Develops communications/campaigns and advocacy strategies/protocols, supervises staff and serves as key media/communication contact for the organizations. Develops strategic proposal or project communication plans, donor reporting fact sheets, generates multimedia materials, produces web/social media contents and presentations to communicate key communication/advocacy messages.


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Juba, South Sudan - Chinese peacekeepers patrolling at POCs in Juba, September 3rd, 2016

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UN peace keepers at POCs in Juba, September, 3rd 2016

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Juba, South Sudan - Civilians at UN look hungry or sick at their residents within POCs in Juba, South Sudan, September, 3rd 2016.

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Juba, South Sudan - S. Sudan cabinet affairs minister, Martin Elias and Ambassador power addressing press after meeting to resolve the country's conflict in Juba, September 3rd, 2016

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Juba, South Sudan - Ambassador Power addressing press after meeting cabinet ministers in Juba on ways to achieve peace in the country, September 3rd, 2016.


JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN — Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is urging South Sudan's leaders to implement last year's peace deal and stabilize the country. Kenyatta made a one-day stop Tuesday in Juba, the first head of state to visit since deadly fighting erupted last month between soldiers loyal to President Salva Kiir and those backing former First Vice President Riek Machar, who fled the capital soon afterward. Tito Justin reports for VOA from Juba


JUBA — South Sudan President Salva Kiir is leaving it to parliament to decide whether to accept or reject a U.N. Security Council resolution authorizing the deployment of 4,000 foreign troops to the country. The United Nations Security Council on authorized the additional troops Friday. Tito Justin reports for VOA from Juba.

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