The farming community in central Ghana benefiting from teak trees planted three decades ago

Aug 31, 2023

Residents of Mem, a community in central Ghana, planted teak trees over 30 years ago. Today, they are seeing the benefits, like increased shade and protection from windstorms.

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Investing in Ghanaian women’s future

Aug 10, 2023

Though trades and technologies offer many opportunities for women, they face barriers to entering these professions. Read the stories of two young women in Ghana who are pursuing non-traditional trades with the support of WUSC and Farm Radio.

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Estuary economics: Volta Region reporters visit mangrove restoration project

Jul 26, 2023

Radio show hosts, Farm Radio staff and a student volunteer visited a community in eastern Ghana to find out how they’re managing their mangrove population. Learn how the Agbledomi community is protecting its mangrove ecosystem.

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Farm Radio Ghana partners discuss Nature-based Solutions ahead of radio documentary series rollout

Jul 20, 2023

Farm Radio staff in Ghana met with stakeholders to discuss the support rural people need as they navigate the consequences of climate change. Find out key takeaways from their discussion.

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Sara Dolo, a young broadcaster, wears a colourful shirt and sits at a desk at a radio station with a pink microphone in front of her.

The young broadcasters starting conversations about sexual and reproductive health in Mali

Jul 17, 2023

Sarah Dolo is a first-time radio host. Learn how Farm Radio is supporting young broadcasters like her to start conversations about sexual and reproductive health on air.

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Challenging household gender roles in Burkina Faso

Jun 15, 2023

Pascal Sawadogo used to get upset at his wife if she didn’t finish her chores. After participating in a radio series, the Burkinabe farmer decided to instead lend her a helping hand.

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Timely broadcasts yield better potato harvests in Nigeria

May 15, 2023

Learn about our project promoting the best ways to grow potatoes in Nigeria. Read the stories of three potato farmers in Plateau State who increased their yields and income after listening to a radio program.

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From market woman to radio show host

Mar 22, 2023

Learn how a Malian woman made the leap from processing local food products to hosting her own radio show.

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A woman holds a radio set in Bougouni Mali

Improving food security and gender equality for women, this International Women’s Day and beyond

Mar 3, 2023

This International Women’s Day, we celebrate reaching two million people with information on gender equality and food security.

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Creating community in times of conflict: Celebrating World Radio Day 2023

Feb 3, 2023

This World Radio Day, we examine the role of radio in reducing conflict and creating community. We focus on Farm Radio International’s use of radio to promote girls’ education in conflict-affected Mali.

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