Irénée Modeste Bidima

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Tiburce Privat Massanga

Né le 4 novembre 1973 à Makola, près de Pointe-Noire, il est depuis 2011 le responsable de Radio Mucodec, “la seule radio d’entreprise du Congo”. Traitant, entre autres, de sport, de culture, d’éducation et de technologies de l’information, ses programmes intègrent des reportages sur les activités des sociétaires des Mutuelles congolaises d’épargne et de crédit (Mucodec), […]

Né le 4 novembre 1973 à Makola, près de Pointe-Noire, il est depuis 2011 le responsable de Radio Mucodec, “la seule radio d’entreprise du Congo”. Traitant, entre autres, de sport, de culture, d’éducation et de technologies de l’information, ses programmes intègrent des reportages sur les activités des sociétaires des Mutuelles congolaises d’épargne et de crédit (Mucodec), une institution de microcrédit très représentée dans le pays. Très écoutée, la station émet à Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire, et sur internet. Tiburce Privat Massanga en est le manager et y réalise aussi des chroniques. Titulaire d’une licence en sciences et techniques de la communication obtenue à l’université Marien-Ngouabi de Brazzaville, le journaliste a une belle expérience de reporter de terrain. En 2000, il intègre Radio Océan, première radio privée créée au Congo, puis, en 2004, une autre station ponténégrine, Ponton FM. Changement de décor en 2008 : il rejoint Pokola, dans le département de la Sangha (Nord), comme journaliste et manager de Biso na Biso, une radio communautaire appuyée par l’ONG suisse The Forest Trust, la Banque mondiale et la Compagnie industrielle des bois. “Nous travaillions étroitement avec les Pygmées”, se souvient-il. Autant dire qu’il connaît bien son pays. Et ne se lasse pas de le faire connaître.

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Bienvenu GBELO

Bienvenu Gbelo est un journaliste, reporter et producteur à la Radio Ndeke Luka en république centrafricain. Bienvenu est titulaire d’un master en science économique à l’université de Bangui.

Bienvenu Gbelo est un journaliste, reporter et producteur à la Radio Ndeke Luka en république centrafricain. Bienvenu est titulaire d’un master en science économique à l’université de Bangui.

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Elias Ntungwe Ngalame

Elias Ntungwe Ngalame is an award-winning Cameroon-based freelance writer for the Thomson Reuters Foundation with an interest in climate change, the environment and corruption and governance issues. He heads the Yaounde office of Eden Media, which runs a bi-weekly publication, Eden Newspaper, a quarterly magazine, Edenxtra, and a community radio station, Eden Radio FM98.1.  

Elias Ntungwe Ngalame is an award-winning Cameroon-based freelance writer for the Thomson Reuters Foundation with an interest in climate change, the environment and corruption and governance issues. He heads the Yaounde office of Eden Media, which runs a bi-weekly publication, Eden Newspaper, a quarterly magazine, Edenxtra, and a community radio station, Eden Radio FM98.1.

 

David Akana

David Akana

David Akana is the Managing Editor of InfoCongo. Since joining the World Bank in Washington D.C. and later the African Development Bank in Abidjan, I am obviously enjoying a different career path in international development finance and communication – but remain a journalist at heart. As a reporter, I was fortunate to work in start-ups […]

David Akana is the Managing Editor of InfoCongo.

Since joining the World Bank in Washington D.C. and later the African Development Bank in Abidjan, I am obviously enjoying a different career path in international development finance and communication – but remain a journalist at heart. As a reporter, I was fortunate to work in start-ups and established media organizations such as the Cameroon Radio Television Corporation and Reuters. I was privileged to conduct interviews with Heads of State such as the former Military ruler of Mauritania, Ely Ould Mouhamed Vall, the former Presidents of Nigeria and Senegal, Olusegun Obasanjo and Abdoulaye Wade respectively and key development players such as Don McKinnon, Secretary General of the Commonwealth Secretariat in London, Achim Steiner, Director of UNEP, and late Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Wangari Maathai.

My academic path mirrors my career path. My foundational studies are anchored in journalism and mass communication but I veered towards development evaluation and climate change in order to effectively perform my responsibilities in international organizations. Not only am I a graduate from the prestigious International Program on Development Evaluation Training (IPDET), a joint World Bank/University of Carlton program in Canada, I am also a holder of a certificate in climate change from the University of Melbourne in Australia.

Combined, I am comfortable in development communication, development evaluation, knowledge management and climate change alike. Today, I design strategies and coordinate publication of different sectoral, thematic, corporate and country evaluations conducted by the Independent Development Evaluation office of the AfDB, task manage knowledge events, manage social media channels, and develop content for the website among other responsibilities.

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