Eric Opa Doue
Eric Opa Doue is an experienced community radio journalist and
community leader with passion for reporting on the impact of the extractive
industry in rural Liberia to ensure citizens participation in decision-making
processes that affect their lives.
Doue is also co-founder of Echo Radio Station, which does a series of
programs in Bassa, Kru, and simple Liberian English. Under his leadership,
Echo Radio was selected as one of the Moody Radio global partners for
training opportunities in 2013 and 2014.
He is one of 20 reporters who received training from Internews in 2015 on
humanitarian reporting during the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. He holds a
diploma in Journalism, from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
He is a New Narratives Fellow and a Bush Chicken River Cess County