Beatrice Mategwa

Beatrice Mategwa

Video Producer and Head of Audio Visual Unit
United Nations Mission in South Sudan

A broadcast journalist with Pan-African experience, Beatrice currently covers South Sudan a country where a sudden eruption of conflict in mid-December 2013 cast a shadow on the potential for positive growth.  In her job at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan where she heads an Audio Visual team of videographers and photographers, her expertise lies in how conflict impacts communities. the growth of the world’s newest nation in her job at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan.  Beatrice previously worked in Sudan, covering the North-South Peace deal, before a referendum led to the split of the country and the formation of South Sudan. She was Producer and Head of Television for the United Nations Mission in Sudan from 2005 to mid-2011. In this capacity, she covered the deployment of UN troops in Sudan, the return of displaced populations to their home communities, the rehabilitation of communities directly affected by war, and other issues pertaining to the North-South conflict in Sudan. Previously, Beatrice worked as a Producer and Reporter for Reuters Television, East Africa, traveling to Darfur’s remote locations covering exclusive stories in the conflict ridden region, and as a reporter for Kenya Television Network and other media. In 2002-03, Beatrice was the Vice Chairperson of the Foreign Correspondents Association, East Africa. 

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