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A Burkinabe broadcaster wearing a face mask sits in front of three computer monitors in a broadcasting studio

Communicating about COVID-19 vaccines on air

Nov 23, 2022

Learn about creative campaigns to increase COVID-19 vaccine confidence in sub-Saharan Africa. Based on Farm Radio International’s radio resources, stations developed programs to engage their community in conversation about the virus and vaccine.

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Canada invests in radio to broadcast nature-based solutions in Africa.

Aug 23, 2022

Over five years, Canada will address climate change and biodiversity loss in rural Africa through an innovative 10.9 million dollar investment by Global Affairs Canada in radio programs that highlight and promote nature-based solutions.

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A COVID-19 recovery story: From coast to côte (d’Ivoire)

Jul 21, 2022

In 2021, Farm Radio set out to tackle pandemic recovery by using interactive radio approaches to support 20 value chains in 7 countries.

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This family has changed their mind about giving their daughter away in marriage. Instead, she is finishing her school.

Changing minds about girls’ education

Jul 6, 2022

What happens when one family about to give their daughter away in marriage learns about the importance of education on the radio.

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Women in non-traditional roles. Hear their story

Apr 27, 2022

Belinda Akos Akab is excelling as a mechanical engineer and hopes she can help other women succeed in the male-dominated trades.

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Ghana’s ‘best farmers’ grow thanks to radio

Apr 7, 2022

It is a hot sunny Wednesday afternoon and Abraham Agyei Appiah is working on his maize farm. On his return from the farm, he pulls…

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A woman listens to a radio program on her phone in Sare Samba Netty in Senegal

15 million listeners tune in to weekly programs on gender equality

Mar 1, 2022

More than 90 per cent of people in listening clubs say radio programs have transformed gender norms in their communities thanks to a Farm Radio International project.

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Climate change and radio

Helping small-scale farmers withstand climate change through radio

Jan 14, 2022

Climate change in Ghana has made farming a challenge But thanks to new methods learned from the radio, farmers like Ramatu Djan are adapting.

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Women in Malawi listen to the radio in a community listening group

Farm Radio and CODE to co-lead a new project on sexual and reproductive health rights in Malawi

Dec 8, 2021

Two Canadian NGOs, Farm Radio International and CODE are working together on a new project that aims to improve access to health information and services for teenage girls and young women in Malawi.

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Bridging the extension gap with radio

Dec 6, 2021

Radio programs in Malawi have helped farmers access agricultural extension support in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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