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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
I am a twenty four year old Sudanese girl working as a Radio Journalist in Southern Sudan.I have been working as a journalist for three years now.I did my diploma course in public relations and a certificate course in Journalism.Since i started venturing in the field of Jourmnalist,my altimate goal has always been to raise women issues with the aim of bringing change in the lifes of many suffering in silence in our society.I believe in the power of media to bring change in their lives.By joining this group of pulse wire ,i will be able to share with the rest of the world the experinces of women which i have come across in this part of the world and i also get to learn from others.

My Passions:
Singing,writing articles,listening to Music,

My Challenges:
Speaking out for the Voiceless epecially women

My Vision for the Future:
Becaome a women rights activist.

My Areas of Expertise:
Journalism

Comments

Lisa's picture

Welcome!

Hi, Susan! Welcome to the PulseWire community. I am always amazed to be able to meet incredible women, like yourself, here on PulseWire. Are you currently working on any radio projects or journalism pieces? You may be interested in meeting Gifty (http://www.worldpulse.com/user/1874) who is also involved in radio broadcasting who joined PulseWire today. I look forward to hearing more about your journalism work and about women's lives in Sudan.

Warmest wishes,

Lisa

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