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Vincent De Paul

Vincent De Paul

Country – Uganda

Reading University

Course – MSc Communication for Development

Vincent is single. He attended Makerere University – Qualification 2017 Bachelor of journalism and communication.

Vincent currently works for Lira Diocese Media Limited as a Radio Presenter. His roles and responsibilities are:

  • On air presentation programs include
    • Wa farmer & youth magazine
    • Peacemaker & community concern
  • Field visits: The above programmes require collection of field information, i.e. current problems, people’s perception about chosen subject, problem/success stories, youth activities and life style.
  • Hosting talk shows relating to agriculture, peace and business
  • Organising community dialogue program discussing land & community disputes, domestic violence and poverty.
  • Supporting on-line publication by writing stories and news articles.

On returning home, Vincent would like to collaborate with senior lecturers from different learning institutions in Uganda to conduct evidence-based research to influence policy change for smallholder farmers to practice sustainable agriculture.

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