Communication, Advocacy, and Social Media Manager in République démocratique du Congo
DOUDOU KAJANGU is a Communicator and New Media expert from DR Congo. He is the founder and editor‐in‐chief of MOSAÏQUE, a newspaper targeting Youth of Rwanda, Burundi & DRC to pick up the friendship and bonds of peace in the sub-region of Great Lakes...
After his university studies in International Relations & Political Science, Doudou led programs at a local radio station in Bukavu for 2 years before working as a Media Producer for Search For Common Ground, a US based organization. His work focused on the peaceful resolution of conflicts.
First blogger in the Eastern DRC, Doudou tells the story of everyday people in Bukavu since 2006, and call on policymakers to be more involved in the search for peace and social development. Which earned him to work in with UNESCO in Paris-France as "one of the best youth journalists and bloggers".
After a capacity building in remote Communication in Belgium in 2011 and a special traineeship on C4D in South Africa, he won a french government scholarship to specialize in Com' & NewMedia at ESJ Lille in France.
Doudou has evolved a lot in the area of communications. He joined War Child Holland as responsible of documentation & projects promotion in 2010 and later World Vision DRC as national Communications Officer with related activities on local advocacy - Citizen Voice and Action.
For almost 4 years, Doudou worked with CRS - Catholic Relief Services – as Communication Advisor, drafting technical frameworks, online skills and providing guidance in Community Mobilization and Advocacy for IRC and Save The Children. Since the end 2018, he joined the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) as NAP's Head of Communications and Knowledge Management.
Follow his personal tweets: @DoudouKajangu