With 7 years experience, across a wide range of sectors, I was working as an independent consultant with experience in interpreting and facilitating high-level of meetings and conference. These sectors are: water, sanitation, hygiene; security sector reform; land, law, policy; Eastern Africa and Indian Ocean media and journalism (in Master of journalism). I also have 4 years of experience in helping government officials and management team deal with communication, media and public relations. As a Communication and Public Relations Advisor at the Office of Ministry of National Education of Madagascar, I was responsible of promoting, enhancing, planning and developing public and digital communication strategies to promote local and national priorities of the Ministry of Education of Madagascar and its specific programmes.
Over 10 years I have been engaged as a voluntary advisor of several professionals and government officials working in the field of: study, research & vocational training; health and medicine; population, youth, participation and development; environment, protection of lemurs and biodiversity; public administration & governance. I provided advices on editing, writing & communicating, strengthening capacities, organizational change, communication and media strategy, protection of reputation, planning and implementing a large-scale event.
In the DIFP School of Communication- Faculty of Humanities&Art, University of Antananarivo Madagascar, I deliver 3 modules – Methodological approach of Communication Research, Multilingual Communication, Global Issues of Sustainable Development- on the Msc in Communication, Mediation, Media, Innovation and Local Development (COMMIDEL). I was involved on designing that program since 2011 where I have been advocating for a communication more focused toward development.
I have undertaken some individual researches when I was doing my Master I (Maîtrise for French system) programme under the topic of communicability of texts translated from French to Malagasy, and my Master II (DEA, french system) on the topic of pragmatic translation in a framework of communication for development. I am now doing my doctoral thesis on the topic: “preliminary reflexions to the integration of mixed methodology in a research on communication for development” (presentation defence scheduled on 2018). I have been the author of a collective article on social representation of local development (madarevues.recherches.gov.mg/IMG/pdf/Seradika_00_p17-27.pdf) and on Mixed Literature Review on Communication for Development (in press).