Baringwa Nadia Sarah is a South Sudanese broadcast journalist who has covered children and women's rights violations. She is a news reporter, anchor and presenter. Nadia has worked with The Mail, City F.M and Equator Broadcasting Cooperation (E.B.C) South Sudanese media houses based in Juba. While working with Equator Broadcasting Cooperation, a local state-owned television and radio station in South Sudan from 2015-2017, she developed an Educative Children’s Programme with the aim of discussing issues affecting children such as child labor, educating children on respect and the importance of education and going to school. Currently, Nadia is a freelance journalist and working with the Crown The Woman-South Sudan (CREW), a female-founded and led organization, as the Communications Officer, where she writes stories on forced and early child marriages, gender-based violence violations and women's empowerment stories. Also amongst many other female journalists, Nadia was selected by the Union of Journalists of South Sudan (UJOSS) to attend the 50th training of Young African Journalists in Cairo, Egypt. The training was organized by Union of African Journalists in partnership with the Egyptian Supreme Council for Media Regulation in 2017. Nadia, who is not only a journalist, feminist, and mentor went to Makerere Business Institute where she pursued her certificate in Information Communication Technology and a diploma in Mass Communications. Nadia is also a fellow of the IWMF's African Great Lakes In-Country Fellowship.