[one_third][/one_third]Some three young, talented, bilingual and dynamic journalists have been recruited into the Communication Division of Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF). This is to enhance the Division which now covers the Central Africa sub-region.
These journalists include Yanick Fonki Ndeley, recruited as a Reporter, to also be in charge of fundraising, institutional partnerships, online management and the Partners’ e-newsletter. He is the former English Desk Editor of LTM TV in Douala with over 6 years experience in reporting. Queen Achingale, on her part, is coming into the Division as Coordinator and Reporter of Corporate Social Responsibility and the Programme e-newsletter. She has served as Commercial Manager at Njiconres PLC with experience in corporate management. Meanwhile, Sidonice Ndaka , is in Charge Charge of Marketing, Corporate and Emerging markets. She has 3 years of experience in Corporate Business.
They were officially presented to the staff of ERuDeF last June 13, 2016 by the President/CEO Louis Nkembi.
The ERuDeF boss promised to ‘drive’ the new recruits safely through their ‘ride’ at ERuDeF.
The Head of Communication Division, Mr Bertrand Shancho Ndimuh, said the coming of these young journalists will make work within the Division lighter
“Many hands make work light. A new force always comes with a new steam. With the coming of this new force, our media presence will increase and our objectives realised with ease.” He added.
The new recruits on their part expressed gratitude and promised to do their best in branding and up scaling ERuDeF in the world.
“I know this is a demanding task which requires full commitment and hard work. It’s challenging but we are sure to reach our goal,” Ms Ndaka said.
ERuDeF is Cameroon’s leading conservation non-profit organisation created in 1999 to conserve wildlife and protect fragile environments. The organization has a wide range of media productions including the Partners’ E-newsletter, Programme E-newsletter, The Green Vision Newspaper, Silver Back E-newsletter, ERuDeF Institute Newsletter and ERuDeF Impact Magazine amongst others. The organization was recently selected to coordinate the production of a Sub-Regional Great Apes Conservation Newsletter, the GSAC News. This production will cover the works of conservation NGOs within the Central African Sub region.
By Sidonice Ndaka