Ludmila Mero

2021 Fellow from Mozambique

Ludmila da Glória Mero is a media specialist from Beira, in Mozambique's Sofala Province. With a degree in Applied Linguistics from Eduardo Mondlane University, Ludmila is currently serving as a communication and information officer at the United Nations Development Programme's Electoral Project-SEAM. During her internship at the Mídia Lab Association, Ludmila had the opportunity to participate in the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference at Johannesburg's University of Witwatersrand; her participation later inspired her to produce the first season of the television program Saúde e Vida, broadcasted by Soico Televisão for Mozambique's h2n Association. Ludmila's most outstanding work has been on the feature film Savannah Skies, produced while she was an intern at Zambia's MultiChoice Africa Holdings. The drama was nominated for an Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Award. Before joining the project, Ludmila was program producer at Miramar Television. As a communication and information officer, Ludmila's focus is to learn and grow professionally, producing content and exposing realities in a creative, high-quality format. On completion of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Ludmila will continue promoting a peaceful and inclusive society by identifying strategic priorities for communication and media relations.

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