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MDI Launches First Student’s Monthly Journal

MDI EDITORIAL TEAM FROM LEFT (L) CLEMENT WANI EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, SECOND FAR RIGHT (R) CHANY NINREW, MANAGING EDITOR, SECOND FAR RIGHT CHRISTINA NYALEL COPY EDITOR OTHERS POSTING FOR GROUP PHOTO. By KEI EMMANUEL DUKU The administration of Media Development Institute (MDI) has launched its first monthly student’s Journal. While addressing students […]

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Increase of street children in Juba

According to a research carried out by Reuters recently about 3,000 children are roaming the streets of Juba as homeless because of a lot of factors. Others ran away from homes, some from family break ups, others from abuses which affect them both mentally and physically, some due to polygamy […]

Business / Economics

Juba hawkers maintain their families despite challenges and unsustainability

By Christina Nyalel and Elijah Akuei South Sudan’s five years old civil war alongside a depleting economy, lack of job opportunities and salaries for government workers has pushed the most vulnerable population off the edge, and many have resorted to street businesses to keep their families. Besides a long line […]

MDI Editorial

Media Broadcasters Told to be Professional in their Work

By Yengi Benjamin Modi Media broadcasters were told to be professional in their work during a World Radio Day celebration under the theme, “Radio and Diversity for peaceful co-existence in South Sudan” at Medan Rainbow of Juba, February, 13th, 2020. Mr. Victor Keri Wani who spoke on behalf of media […]

MDI Editorial

A word from Acting Principal

MDI Acting Principal, Madam Irene Ayaa in her office It is with great pleasure and honour that I introduce to you the Media Development Institute (MDI) Student’s Journal. This is so far the first journal launched for the fourth batch of the Media Development Institute (MDI), the training wing of […]

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Director General Urges for Reasonable Tuition Fees in Private Schools

By Ginaba Lino, MDI, student journalist The Director General for Basic and Secondary Education in the Ministry of General Education and Instruction, Mr. Odur Nelson Hussen said, private schools should fix minimum rates of tuition fee for parents to afford. He revealed that most of the complaints that always come […]

Media Landscape / Monthly Newsletters

KEY HIGHLIGHTS ON MEDIA LANDSCAPE IN SOUTH SUDAN

Edit Welcome to AMDISS Newsletter, The purpose of this newsletter is to give some insights on the current media environment in South Sudan to keep our citizens, media actors, stakeholders, and partners informed, engaged and active in the development in the sector. In this newsletter you will find both positive […]