Mary Apoo Luka is a South Sudanese Broadcast journalist. She has worked with the Radio community supported by Internews in South Sudan's iEastern part bordering Kenya. She reports on violence against women, children's rights, early child and forced marriage, and environment, while she also anchors news in English and in Didinga local language. In one of her stories on gender-based violence, women were able to be enrolled in ding hand and craft activities at the center such as embroidering, beading, which was supported by the American Refugee committee organization, where 400 women graduated in July 2018. Mary also reported the story on cattle raiding among the cattle keepers that left more than 80 people dead and scores wounded. Six children were abducted in the incident and over 4000 people were displaced. Mary holds a Diploma in Journalism and mass communications from Makerere Institute for Social Development in Uganda. She also completed the IWMF African Great Lakes In-Country Fellowship in South Sudan.