Yat Madit

Yat Madit:  Intercultural Dialogues April 2018- May 2018: In North &North Eastern Uganda.

Yat Madit is an award -winning drama series which combines the use of edutainment and inter-cultural dialogues to promote reconciliation and lasting peace among and between post conflict communities in North and North Eastern Uganda. Yat Madit has won the Uganda Film Festival 2017: Best TV drama series, Best actor in the TV Drama Series, Best Actress in the TV Drama category. Yat Madit has also won an award for the Inter-cultural Innovation Award hosted by United Nations Alliance of Civilisations and BMW Group, in New York.

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For the first time since devolution of Government, we have a record 7 elected female governors in our country. These women have proven to be capable and dependable leaders. They are an inspiration to all the girls and women of Kenya and proof of the great leadership potential of the girls and women in our communities.#womenoffirsts ... See MoreSee Less
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Meet #MsPresident Tabitha Ogutu. She is a Community Development Enthusiast and a Youth Leader.She is the founder of The Platform Org which implements projects in Agriculture, Governance and Gender.

Read more about her story here: https://t.co/zUHOcVoe4f

#SheCanLead #SheLeadsNow https://t.co/afLsmaoywj
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For the first time since devolution of Government, we have a record 7 elected female governors in our country. These women have proven to be capable and dependable leaders.

#WomenOfFirsts https://t.co/MzOhhOjPvm
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Did you catch last night's episode of #MsPresident? You can watch the rerun on Sunday on @ktnhome_ at 2.00pm or click here to view the full episode: https://t.co/IjiP2Pb53e

#SheCanLead #SheLeadsNow https://t.co/dMmvdWOZrK
For this week, the judges have decided to eliminate Pasqueline Njau and Juliet Oduor.

#MsPresident #SheCanLead #SheLeadsNow https://t.co/f6luGLlFiZ
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Terrorism has changed the fabric of our society and there are many things that needed to be discussed and I feel that might have been lacking today~ @Njeri_Kiereini

#MsPresident #SheCanLead #SheLeadsNow https://t.co/GGOtH66CvX
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Some of the presentations did not have the chronological sequence on how they would handle these threats ~ @Zippy_okoth

#MsPresident #SheCanLead #SheLeadsNow https://t.co/OcHKudrgzO
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Our @janajwang joined @ACME_Uganda in a reflection meeting of media sector stakeholders, beneficiaries, and development partners, who are contributing to strengthening the media to become more effective and accountable as institutions serving the public interest.🇺🇬 https://t.co/CJiN63XoFx MFAUganda photo
We concluded our #UgandaMediaWeek regional dialogues and trainings with over 200 journalists and media houses across rural🇺🇬 on increasing digital inclusion. We now await the great change in reporting in these selected regional cities.
@MFAUganda partnered with @cipesaug https://t.co/aRGe7mn2XJ
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Are you a writer✍️, an editor📜, media owner, etc?
#UgandaMediaWeek2022 is here!
It's coming.

#MediaMattersUG https://t.co/1QQrqGC0xR
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Facilitate! : There are great award winning stories to write in #Teso however, journalists believe media owners can do better in funding the reporting of these stories! Journalist covering rural areas require reliable transport to reach some of the most marginalised popn