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What is your name?
AUGUSTINA
What is your job title?
CORRESPONDENT
What organisation do you work for?
FEDERAL RADIO CORPORATION OF NIGERIA
Website
www.radionigeria .net
What aspects of biodiversity are you most interested in?
Agriculture, Climate change
What languages do you speak?
ENGLISH AND SOME NATIVE DIALECT IN NIGERIA
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PROFILE
Tina Armstrong-Ogbonna, a Passionate Journalist, started her Media Career in January 2009 under the tutelage of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) training school in Lagos.
She has undergone courses in Presentation and Journalism.
She had a brief stint with the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) between August-October 2009 and Channels Television in February 2009.
She also worked with Florish Media: a production outfit, as a Field Reporter and Production Assistant in packaging of Maritime Documentaries (November 2009 - August 2010), and
Metro Reporter with Tentacle News Magazine as a Freelance Writer (February 2010 -May 2011).
Presently, she is a Reporter with the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), since May 2010 working as a Correspondent on the Maritime and Environment Beat.
She is highly energetic, adventurous and fun-loving. Her Hobbies include multi-tasking, travelling and listening to music.
Training and Programmes

Basic Certificate Course in Presentation: (FRCN Training School Lagos - January 2009)

Basic Certificate Course in Journalism: (FRCN Training School Lagos - August 2009)

Intermediate Certificate Course in Journalism: (FRCN Training School Lagos - April 2010)

Professional Certificate in Public Relations: (Nigeria Institute of Public Relations - NIPR June 2010)

Professional Diploma in Public Relations: (Nigeria Institute of Public Relations - NIPR June 2011)

Africa Adaptation Programme and International Center for Journalists: Media Capacity Development Workshop on Climate Change Journalism (Ghana - September 2011)

Media Training on Reporting Climate Change: (Lagos - October 2010)

Policy Advocacy Partnership Workshop for Broadcast Professional on Climate Change Reporting: (Lagos - July 2011)

Media Officer at a Community Awareness Programme in Lagos on Home Safety organized by Hybrid Consultant: (June 2011)

Member New Science Journalism (teenanaija)@newsciencejournalism

CNN Ireporter(teenaija0880)@/cnn/ireport

Member Nigeria Federation of Science Journalist

Member World Pulse

Member International League of Conservation Writers.

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CARAVAN JOURNALISTS

During the 2011 United Nation Framework Convention on Climate(UNFCCC), the UNDP sponsored five African journalists to travel with a caravan of youths who were demanding for climate justice for the Africa continent. The Youths who were about 160, were from across Africa, Europe and Asia.The journalists traveled with the caravan from Kenya through to Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa by road,in six trucks as they created awareness about climate change and held concerts in the…

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Posted on February 11, 2012 at 13:00

NIGERIA POST-EVALUATION MEETING OF THE COP 17 DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA

INTRO

The Just Concluded United Nation Summit on Climate Change which took place in Durban South Africa between the 28th of November and 9th of December 2011 resulted in an extension of the Kyoto Protocol that is meant to elapse at the end of 2012.

This resolution and other modalities reached such as the green climate fund and further negotiation on a legal binding agreement that would help reduce global emission, portend a lots for Africa and Nigeria in particular.

The…

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Posted on January 17, 2012 at 12:33

CLIMATE JUSTICE YOUTH CARAVAN

CONFERENCE WITH A DIFFERENCE:COP 17

This year’s United Nation’s Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) coming up between the 28…

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Posted on November 12, 2011 at 22:00

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At 8:36 on October 10, 2011, usman inuwa said…
Augustina, nice to hear from you. let us continue networking. my number 07036970793
At 18:05 on September 16, 2011, ARMSTRONG-OGBONNA,AUGUSTINA said…

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT IS THE BIGGEST STORY OF THE 21ST CENTURY,IT'S NO LONGER A SCIENTIFIC JARGON AS PERCEIVED BY SOME PEOPLE.

 
 
 

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