I am Joseph Edward Issa 24 years old, born in Morobo County, Central Equatoria State (CES), South Sudan I am South Sudanese by birth and nationality, live in Juba the Capital of South Sudan, I am a graduate of mass communication, Agape Christian University of Science and Technology in 2009. After my studies, I first attended three months, Gender reporting course organized by Association of Media women in South Sudan, Juba , after the course, I joint citizen newspaper a local publisher and I saved as a reporter for a period of one year, after the declined of my contract with the company, I was contracted as a senior reporter for Sudan Tribune newspaper early 2010, in my position a reporter of the Sudan tribune, I attended number of shot courses on post conflict reporting, investigative Journalism, advance editing skills and Referendum reporting with the France International School of Journalism. As an interested young Journalist and when my contract ended with Sudan Tribune in 2011, I joint Africa news network (Africanews.com) an online media based in Ghana and I become the first South Sudanese reporter for the network based in South Sudan, my position with Africa News network, I was contracted to train Junior Journalist on management reporting at the borders of South Sudan, Democratic republic of Congo and Central Africa Republic and conducted forums on borders management with the concern authorities on the borderlines. In my profession, I picked interest in conflict and crisis reporting.
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