Diploma in Journalism
Nyasha Vuta is a qualified Journalist studying towards a Bsc Honours in Women and Gender. Her capacity to communicate through television and radio makes her an expert in reporting and writing, developing and administering questionnaires, conducting group discussions and presentations, interviewing, training, facilitating, marketing and networking. Nyasha’s experience is interwoven with various years of research and social media marketing. She has worked on a variety of life changing youth projects to empower talent in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Ghana, Zambia, UK and USA under the theme “Empowering talent”. Her current role of; Communications Officer encompasses working with qualitative and quantitative methods of communication.
Nyasha’s project experience comes from her involvement in research on the following: Women and Gender, Orphaned and Vulnerable Children, Water and Sanitation, Social Welfare, Child Protection and Agricultural issues. Some of the projects sponsors included UN Women, PLAN International, DFID, World Vision, World Bank, Action Aid, Save the Children, UNICEF, Ministry of Social Welfare and Concern for developmental purposes.
“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.” (Anthony Robbins)