About Me: I am Lucas De Gumwell from South Sudan, a radio reporter, two years old in the field but enjoying every moment. Part of my activities include producing special reports on women activities, advocating for an end to early and forced marriages so rampant in my society, Girl-child education and domestic violence. Last year I worked on a radio program called "Listen to me", that gives women a chance to speak out about their lives.Their experiences of the Sudan civil war, and the new hopes after the Independence of South Sudan. I also talk to women who are struggling in my community to better their lives, and this week that marks World Women's day I will speak to a successful businesswoman.

My Passions: Seeing justice done daily, talking to people about themselves

My Challenges: Lack of capacity building to strengthen my career, transport and misunderstandings sometimes from security personnel

My Vision for the Future: Become a journalist that must transform my society where there is equality and freedom of expression especially for the currently margenalised women

My Areas of Expertise: Production, Presentation


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Lucas, how did you find us? We are so thrilled to have your voice in our community and I love the theme of your radio program. I hope that you will share with us a new story each week about how the women in South Sudan are building this new nation after years of civil war.

We look forward to supporting your efforts by spreading word of your show and raising awareness of the stories you report on.

Again, welcome. I look forward to reading more from you.

Hey, Thanks to Fatima and Janice and the Pulse team. Really grateful to be a part of you. A great woman Ms Karak DeNyok helped me to know about the site. There are a lot of experiences I hope to share with you about the lives of women in my country. Hope to bring them aboard. Lucas