Sharing Knowledge, Giving Voice




Update from the Hangar: Uliza Answers farmers’ questions

By Farm Radio International | May 23, 2018

Photo Credit: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Bartay Photography We are constantly looking for innovative ways to connect farmers with each other – particularly…

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Radio Marketplace in Morogoro

By Farm Radio International | Sep 20, 2017

Photo by Simon Scott Photography Farmers need information about many things when they are growing crops: good seeds, soil fertility, low-cost inputs, how to recognize…

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Celebrate World Radio Day with Farm Radio International

By Farm Radio International | Feb 12, 2017

Taking place each year on February 13, World Radio Day is a global celebration of radio that was established in 2012 by the UN.  …

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Recent report explores the potential of interactive radio to serve rural citizens

By Farm Radio International | Jan 31, 2017

What are the possibilities of using new digital technologies alongside radio to help ensure that agricultural development projects are farmer-centred, and meet the needs of…

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The first step is to listen: unlocking conversations in development with radio and mobile phones

By Farm Radio International | Nov 3, 2016

How can we include the world’s most vulnerable people in the decisions that affect them? It’s simple: We ask them. How? By combining the two…

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Uliza: Connecting broadcasters and farmers for better radio

By Farm Radio International | Sep 9, 2016

Video by Katie Burnham At Farm Radio International we work to share knowledge with small-scale African farmers and make sure their voices are heard. Radio is a…

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Radio can rain information when drought strikes

By Farm Radio International | Jul 5, 2016

Imagine you’re a farmer and the rainy season that you depend on doesn’t come. This happens again — and again. After three failed rainy seasons you…

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A story in numbers

By Farm Radio International | Jun 23, 2016

Ten radio stations, six languages, thirty episodes, and — we now know — tens of thousands of loyal listeners. These numbers describe My Children, a…

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8 ways radio is changing the lives of farmers

By Farm Radio International | Feb 25, 2016

How radio is seeding change for small-scale farmers Radio can share vital information on agricultural techniques, nutrition, health care, local politics, weather and more. Radio…

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Mapping our impact

By Farm Radio International | Feb 18, 2016

A look at the coverage of Radio 5 in Arusha, Tanzania   With upwards of 35 weekly broadcasts across sub-Saharan Africa, estimating audiences is a…

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