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Basic Journalism Training Offered To 15 Assistant News Agents In Northern Red Sea Region

Training on basic journalism as well as taking still and motion pictures has been offered to 15 assistant new agents working in nine administrative areas of the Northern Red Sea region. The training was offered in collaboration of the Ministry of Information and the regional administration. Massawa, 2 January 2010 – Training on basic journalism as well as taking still and motion pictures has been offered to 15 assistant new agents working in nine administrative areas of the Northern Red Sea region. The training was offered in collaboration of the Ministry of Information and the regional administration.

During the graduation ceremony, it was disclosed that the trainees attended both practical and theoretical lessons enthusiastically and would play significant role in covering the events in the region.
The head of human resource development at the Ministry of Information, Mr. Tombossa Asmelash, said that the training is part of the Ministry’s efforts to upgrade manpower, and would enhance the coverage of the on-going developmental and socio-economic activities in the region. He called on the trainees to apply the knowledge they acquired in their workplace.

The Administrator of the Northern Red Sea Region, Ms. Tsigerida Woldegiorgis, on her part stated that reinforcing information activities should not be left to the Ministry only in the view of the fact that we are living in an era of information. She went on to express the regional Administration’s readiness to extend the necessary collaboration to this end.
The Administrator of the Northern Red Sea region donated two video and one still cameras worth over 200,000 Nakfa to the branch office of the Ministry of Information in the region.

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