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Baobab trees are a new topic of radio programs in Mozambique

Baobab: a fruitful topic for radio

Aug 20, 2021

The long-lived baobab tree is providing new opportunities for farmers in Mozambique during the
COVID-19 pandemic.

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Radio broadcasters took part in an online course on radio

300 African broadcasters learn radio design through e-course

Aug 9, 2021

Farm Radio International recently wrapped up its largest-ever e-course, with record registration and offered for the first time in French.

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Faba beans

Farming faba beans—a source of income and equality

Aug 3, 2021

Radio and faba beans are paving the way for women producers and growers to challenge gender norms and participate in farming.

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Radio programs inspire students to create discussion groups on sexual and reproductive health

May 21, 2021

Inspired by a radio program on sexual and reproductive health, a student in Burkina Faso created her own discussion group so she could share the lessons to other youth in her community.

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Broadcaster interviews a farmer in ethiopia with onions faded in the foreground

Filling the void: How radio is serving farmers in Ethiopia during the pandemic

May 14, 2021

When COVID-19 made face-to-face extension impossible, Ethiopia’s Ministry of Agriculture called on Farm Radio International to design interactive extension programs to support farmers during the pandemic.

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A broadcaster from Radio Salama, a recipient of our COVID-19 relief fund, interviews three women wearing sks

Supporting broadcasters during COVID-19: One year later

Apr 30, 2021

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Farm Radio International has supported radio stations in delivering life-saving, accessible messages at-scale to the vulnerable populations who needed them most.

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COVID-19 recovery project

COVID-19 recovery project expands Farm Radio into four new countries

Apr 6, 2021

Farm Radio International is hard at work on a new project with GIZ on COVID-19 recovery, working across seven countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Children try their hand at distance learning over the radio

Lessons in learning, literacy and radio during a global pandemic

Feb 19, 2021

Educational inequalities mean the most underserved have been left behind during COVID-19. Farm Radio is working with CODE to provide distance learning over the radio.

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broadcaster interviews farmer about the effects of climate change in life

Finding rainfall: Radio, technology and climate change

Feb 2, 2021

Peter Kakanji brushes his teeth, using bristles of a stick as a toothbrush. He looks to the sky for signs of imminent rainfall because he…

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radio saves lives

Distance Learning In Crisis: Literacy over the radio

Dec 1, 2020

Farm Radio is using radio to Improve literacy, reading and promote education at a distance in Sierra Leone and Liberia thanks to a new partnership with CODE.

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