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South Sudan's Boda Boda Talk Talk
Internews in South Sudan has developed an innovative recorded audio program to provide life-saving and life-enhancing information to people displaced at four of the UNMISS Protection of Civilians sites across South Sudan following the conflict in the country that broke out in mid-December 2013.
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South Sudan's Mingkaman FM Radio Provides Lifesaving Information
Internews set up Mingkaman 100 FM in South Sudan in 2014 as part of its emergency response to the rapidly growing humanitarian crisis in the country, to begin urgently broadcasting news and information for the almost 100,000 people displaced by the fighting into the small community of Mingkaman.
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Eye Radio in South Sudan, a Trusted Source of News
Eye Radio is a station in Juba, South Sudan managed by Eye Media in partnership with Internews. It is where South Sudanese listeners can tune in seven days a week, 24 hours a day and hear local, national and international news and sports, with in-depth focus on a wide range of issues related to the development of South Sudan.
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Nataliya Gumenyuk, Fighting the Propaganda War in Ukraine
Nataliya Gumenyuk is a Ukrainian reporter and co-founder/director of Hromadske TV, an independent online source of news.
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Seng Mai, Myanmar: Local Journalism Against All Odds
Seng Mai is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Myitkyina Journal, the only independent paper in Kachin State. She is the only women editor-in-chief in Myanmar.
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Hellen Toby, South Sudan — Working in One of the Most Difficult Places in the World
Hellen Toby is an assistant news editor at Eye Radio in South Sudan’s capital city Juba.
Watch this video to learn more about Hellen Toby and what it’s like to work as a journalist in South Sudan.