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Stella Kangua Madete

Information and Communications Lead

Stella Madete

Stella has a bachelor's degree in international relations and is currently pursuing a masters in media and communications. She was an intern at the IFRC regional office in Nairobi and worked as a programme assistant in Transparency International, before joining Oxfam in 2011. She worked for the Somalia programme for three years as a humanitarian affairs and communications assistant, then an information officer, and finally as the information coordinator, before joining the South Sudan programme as the information and communications lead.

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Volunteers from a NNGO partner collect refuse to improve sanitary conditions at the Protection of Civilians site for internally displaced people in Tony Piny, Juba. Credit: Oxfam

Three reasons national organisations are vital to humanitarian response in South Sudan

OPINION: National and local actors have a critical role in responding to the humanitarian emergency in South Sudan. When international aid organisations work in partnership with local groups,...

A water distribution point - set up by Oxfam - at the Malakal IDP camp, South Sudan. Fighting has forced more than a million people from their homes, and up to 50,000 children are at risk of dying from malnutrition if they don't receive adequate humanitarian aid. Credit: Simon Rawles/Oxfam

Sky-rocketing inflation, conflict and collapsed markets: South Sudan update

In December 2013 fighting broke out across South Sudan. Since then more than 1.5 million people have been internally displaced and over 500,000 have fled to Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda. Here...