OISD Trains, Empowers35 women journalists in Adamawa , Northeast Nigeria
By: Yagana Ali, Yola
The Organization for Innovation and Sustainable Development (OISD) has train 35 women journalist in Adamawa state at AUN Hotel in yola.
The training is aimed at empowering female journalists in the North-East region of Nigeria. With a thems, “SHE EXISTS: Promoting Equity and Equal Opportunities for Women in Media,”
In his opening mark, OISD’s Executive Director, Mr. Jamilu Yusuf, said the training is done With the support of the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Abuja.
OISD has orchestrated a pivotal gathering that signifies a significant step toward a more inclusive and equitable media landscape in the Northeastern part of Nigeria.
The event drew participants, speakers, and partners from various sectors, highlighting the global importance of gender equality in journalism.
The opening ceremony featured esteemed guests, including Mr. Robert Gabor, the U.S. Embassy Press Attaché, who delivered the opening remarks, emphasizing the U.S. Embassy’s commitment to fostering gender equality and the vital role of women in journalism. The keynote address was delivered by Aishah Gambari, a Senior Information Specialist, who shared her vast experience and insights into the transformative potential of women in the media industry. Her speech underscored the importance of empowering women journalists to shape the future of media.