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Introducing myself and my journal: Common Ground Journal

About Me:
Hi All, my name is Jean Paul Ntezimana. I am in Rwanda and I am Rwandan by nationality. I am journalist by profession. I like TV, radio and print news. In addition, I like traveling to meet people from different cultures and making new friends! I appreciate team work very much.
Thanks!

My Passions:
To make farmers speak to the world

My Challenges:
To make them heard

My Vision for the Future:
To provide a place to farmers ideas in development

My Areas of Expertise:
Radio program production

Comments

delphine criscenzo's picture

Welcome!

Hello Jean Paul,

welcome to World Pulse online community.
It is great to have you among us. It is always exciting to get professional journalists. Tell us more about how you became a journalist and why you enjoy the job!
Hope to read you soon and start networking on World Pulse.
Cheers,

Delphine Criscenzo

ntezimana's picture

Thank you!

Dear Delphine,

Thank you to welcome me in this community. I have joined the School of Journalism and Communication at National University of Rwanda. I joined because I like journalism from my adolescence. However, because I come from rural area, I am passionate to raise up farmers participation in development, to make them to speak and be heard.

Today, I work with Search For Common Ground on Land Conflicts. We use radio program to help people to understand their land rights, to resolve their land conflicts or transform them. In addition, we advocate for children and women land rights.

I am very happy to join this community. I know I will gain from others and I will contribute to them too.
Thanks again,
Ntezimana

delphine criscenzo's picture

Hi Ntezimana, thanks for

Hi Ntezimana,

thanks for sharing a little bit more about what you do.
I love hearing how radio is used across the world to reach people and educate them.
Land rights are important!
Thanks for the work you do.
Cheers,

Delphine Criscenzo

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