The first-ever TVET Quiz competition in Kumasi, Ghana pitched students from technical schools against each other to demonstrate their skills and show that women too can succeed in the trades.Read More
International Development Week: How we broadcast agricultural information to farmers in Ghana and Nigeria
This International Development Week, we shine the spotlight on our project that used radio to broadcast agricultural information to farmers in Ghana and Nigeria.Read More
The National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA), and Farm Radio International (FRI) host a World Radio Day event in Ottawa to celebrate the importance of radio.
NRCA and FRI will be hosting a World Radio Day event in Ottawa on Feb. 13 to celebrate the importance of radio.Read More
If you walk through the farms surrounding Babato Kuma in central Ghana, you’ll find cashew trees sprouting up between the rows of maize. This creative climate solution is boosting both soil fertility and farmer incomes.Read More
Read a first-hand account from the convening in Arusha, Tanzania for our project about unpaid care in sub-Saharan Africa.Read More
Ugandan broadcaster Martin Amaiyko Kigongo’s first radio documentaries (produced through our project about Nature-based Solutions to climate change) won a national media award. Learn about his broadcasting career and journey to winning the award.Read More