Name: Ngala Killian Chimtom Tel: (00237)74322736 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org DATE OF BIRTH: 23rd December 1975 PLACE OF BIRTH: Kfum-Oku, Bui Division. NATIONALITY: Cameroonian ADRESS: Nkolbison,Yaounde Cel. (237) 74322736 e-mail:email@example.com BP 1634 Yaoundé, Cameroon Personal Summary I I am a Cameroonian journalist with eleven years of working experience. I currently work as a reporter and news anchor person for the Cameroon Radio Television, (both radio and television). But I am also a stringer for a number of news organizations, including IPS, Ooskanews, Free Speech Radio News, Christian Science Monitor, CAJNews Africa; CNN.com and Dpa. I am a highly motivated and curious journalist who enjoys breaking the big news stories, as well as analyzing highly complicated political, economic, scientific and social events for the understanding of the common man. I am approachable, well presented and able to establish good working relationships with a range of different people, and I always try to foster team spirit amongst colleagues. My professional efforts paid off in 2012 when I won the WASH Media Awards in the radio category, as well as the 2013 Investigative Journalism Awards (radio category) organized by the British Council, the US Embassy and the Cameroon Association of Commonwealth Journalists. I am also the 2014 Runner up winner of the maiden CAADP Media Awards,organized by the African Union Commission,as well as the 2016 Runners up in the Africa Climate Change and Environmental Reporting (ACCER )Awards. I hold a BA in Mass Communication from the University of Yaounde. .
Youtube link to a story on how a mobile phone was and can be used to save pregnant women.
Broadcast piece on FSRN on how agro-forestry practices are empowering farmers and at the same time saving the environment
Forced marriages is a reality in Cameroon's Moslem North.But some girls are now standing up to the age-old culture.
With jobs too hard to come by,Cameroonian women are looking for "greener pasture" in the Middle East.But they are ending up as slaves ,forced into prostitution.
The story makes the case for Agriculture as a business in Africa
It's a story about the struggles of indigenous Baka Pygmies to get an education,but which endeavour is constrained by their cultural specificities.
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