Mugume Davis Rwakaringi is a multimedia journalist based in South Sudan. I also work in other East African countries mainly in Radio and Magazines. I do feature stories in business, art, Sports, health and agriculture as well as news stories in social, economic and political aspects of life. Besides reporting, i also do vox pops and can work as a fixer.
Soccer bringing hope to hundreds of young South Sudanese South Sudan is a tough place for children to grow up. But in spite of the violence and hunger surrounding them, South Sudanese children still hope they can transform their nation. It may be the only ball they have but, in their visions for the future, if they Take it and run with it, one day they might just be able to help their young country to make its mark on the international stage.
http://m.voanews.com/a/south-sudan-handwashing/1776595.html Small Gesture, Big Effect: S. Sudan Promotes Handwashing South Sudan celebrated handwashing with a campaign that officials hope will curb the spread of many common bacterial diseases that plague children in the country. Official demonstrated to the young children how to wash hands.
http://www.voanews.com/audio/2357112.html Vincent Lelei, South Sudan Head of UNOCHA discuss with Mugume Davis Rwakaringi on humanitarian situation in the country.
Juba, Central Equatoria, South Sudan War Reporter November 14 @ 12:00am
The UN has hailed Uganda as a role model for receiving refugees. I have been visiting refugee settlements in Northern Uganda's Adjumani District finding out challenges facing thousands of refugees as they try to settle. Thousands of refugees mainly children women who escaped violence in South Sudan... Read more