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Jacqueline Mwakyambiki

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Jacqueline is young entrepreneur who runs a radio in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania whose main objective is providing solutions for development problems in the region of Mbeya. With the radio we look for ways we can advance the city by performing development programs and projects. I specialize in project management, international business, rural development, marketing and sales expert. Also Passionate bout rural and urban development agenda., Access to information for all, Investigative journalist.

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Jacqueline is a young leader, she is not only an entrepreneur but is using her entrepreneurial skills to provide solutions, also giving a voice to the voiceless.
Mbeya Highlands Conducted 30 Public Forums in Southern Tanzania from 2012- 2017 . These programs brought about accountability in the local governments in 10 districts, Public services were improved using our radio programs
Mbeya Highlands Fm has partnered with BBC Media Action to air more Local Good Governance programs that bring about change within the society.
Mbeya Highlands has partnered with other radios , Community radio Network in order to teach them to make similar community programs.
Mbeya Highalnds FM is an affiliate radio to VOA Africa to air world news and ensure the local community is more informed about World Affairs
Mbeya Highlands partnered with UN radio also To keep rural and semi urban Communities informed about UN activities.
The Media house has won grants from Tanzania Media Foundation to run community development programs
Jacqueline is a Mandela washington fellow ( A leadership program by United Stated Department) to learn how to further develop her radio and programs.
Jacqueline won Tanzania Young professional Awards in 2015 and is a TAYPA Ambassor.
Jacqueline’s radio has been featured on IrishAid for the change it has brought in communities across Southern Tanzania https://www.irishaid.ie/stories-of-progress/casestudies/archive/2014/may/journalism-to-create-demand-for-change/