by Empowerhouse / Birgitte Jallov

16 women working with community radio to strengthen the voices and lives of women in their area

Jubiel M. Zulu, Radio Kwietu, Zambia

Jubiel is an award-winning journalist and media and communication specialist. Now working as a District Information Officer in Zambia’s Eastern Province. Jubiel said there is so much basic information that people do not have access to. One example of her work as a District Information Officer (DIO) in Chadiza district is an article where she tells about fistula, a terrible, life-changing condition suffered by no less than 25% of Zambia’s women

Jubiel also worked in Kwithu FM, in the capital Lusaka, for ten years. There, she integrated issues of importance to women and women’s lives in the general programming: political, economic, social, and cultural.

Jubiel has a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Public Relations from Cavendishi University, and she is Vice President of the Zambia Institute of Independent Media Alliance, a ZAMWA (Zambia Association of Women in the Media) board member and has won both international and national awards for her journalism.

Read more here: https://empowerhouse.dk/jubiel-m-zulu/


EMPOWERHOUSE lanuches its contribution to the 16-day campaign by sharing 16 women’s community radio stories: unfolding how each broadcaster has been seeing positive change for women and girls – working intensely to eliminate violence against women and girls.