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Radio key to success for these farming brothers in Ghana

By Farm Radio International | Mar 8, 2017

Ayesiya Akangki and Ayiba Adaaja, farmers and brothers, work tirelessly on their rice field in the Upper East Region of Ghana, near the Burkina Faso…

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What it takes to be an award-winning guinea fowl farmer

By Farm Radio International | Mar 1, 2017

The rural community of Kasenamun, in Ghana’s Upper East Region, is quiet other than the light wind and rhythmic chirping of guinea fowl in the…

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Video: Radio for farmer value chain development in Ghana

By Farm Radio International | Feb 21, 2017

Video by Anaïs Voski Across Africa, small-scale farmers produce as much as 80 percent of their countries’ food supplies, but they are often the most…

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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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This research farmer is sweet on a new kind of potato

By Farm Radio International | Jul 15, 2016

Video by Jesse Winter Cyril Ananie is a research farmer in Lume Avete, a community in the Volta Region of eastern Ghana. He is helping…

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Orange is the new white: Cooking with OFSP in Ghana

By Farm Radio International | May 6, 2016

Video and photo by Jesse Winter Orange-fleshed sweet potato (OFSP) is rich in beta-carotene, which the body turns into vitamin A. Its leaves also contain…

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Apialore Alagiwugah, guinea fowl farmer in Ghana

By Farm Radio International | Mar 22, 2016

Photo and video by Jesse Winter Apialore Alagiwugah lives in Banyono, a community in northern Ghana. Like many farmers in the Upper East Region, he…

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Cooking OFSP

Women growing, cooking, and selling orange-fleshed sweet potato

By Farm Radio International | Mar 8, 2016

Video by Jesse Winter Women farmers face many challenges. Often, they grow different crops or use different techniques than male farmers. This means they need…

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Watch our Boom Box webcast video!

By Farm Radio International | Mar 7, 2016

For over 100 years, radio broadcasting has been touching the lives of its listeners, sharing important information, breaking news events and starting conversations. In the…

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Empowering women farmers in Ghana

By Farm Radio International | Mar 7, 2016

Video by Jesse Winter In many discussions about farming practices — both on air and off — women are often overlooked. But women make important…

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