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Give the gift that makes a difference

You have an amazing opportunity to make a difference in Africa through this donation and you can give this as a gift.

Donate in someone's name & they will receive an e-card

This holiday season you can make a donation in the name of a friend or family member and an e-card will be sent to the person you donated in their name.

How your donation can make a difference

COVID has hugely impacted African communities

COVID-19 has had a huge impact on African communities. With the closure of markets, farmers have had nowhere to sell their crops and therefore no money to buy nutritious food.

Your donation will help us air lifesaving radio programs that provide critical information - both about better farming and about crucial COVID safety tips to help African farmers make it through this difficult time.

It's amazing how something as small as a radio can make all the difference for an entire community.

Your donation can provide:

Resources: We're adapting our current radio project programming in Africa, where appropriate, to meet the needs of communities affected by COVID-19 and to prevent further spread of the virus.

Connections: We're actively developing, sharing and distributing good information to broadcasters so they are equipped and can stay safe while getting information to their listeners about how to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Programs: We've set up or are reinforcing existing spaces, such as WhatsApp groups, to give radio broadcasters a place to learn from each other about best practices in COVID-19 radio programming.

See how Sahadutu's life was changed with a gift as simple as a radio

Women in Africa face many challenges when it comes to farming. Due to the triple burden of responsibility of childcare, farming, and household duties, women may have less time to attend meetings, try new farming techniques, or be interviewed by farm radio broadcasters.

Having access to a radio program can help women like Sahadatu make changes to improve their lives and livelihoods.

"The programming on Might FM has been very helpful. Before the program it was difficult to manage a household's finances, but with the farming, we are able to take care of our families."

"Now I work with other women. We formed farming groups and we help each other carry compost to the fields."

“With farming we are able to take care of our families."

- Sahadatu Alhassan (Ghana)


Listen to Sahadatu's full interview

Listening to Farm Radio programs has taught farmers like Sahadatu about the benefits of composting. 

"I used to get only three or four bags of produce. But now, after applying compost on my farm, I am able to get a harvest of sometimes 10 bags."

Give the gift that will change lives

Receive a Farm Radio e-card when you donate in your friend's name.

Make a donation in the name of a friend

Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? Why not make a donation to Farm Radio on behalf of a friend or family member.

An e-card will be sent to the person you donated in their name.

Other ways to help

Improve the lives of African farmers through the power of radio

Make a donation yourself and make a difference

You donation will be used to improve the lives of African farmers like Sahadatu by helping them overcome the challenges they face such as how to take care of their families, how to find the proper equipment, and how to carry compost to the fields.

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Radio is the world’s most popular mass medium, reaching billions of people each year, even in the most remote villages of Africa.

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Our awards

Farm Radio is the only international non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to using radio as a tool for rural development in Africa.

We have have been recognized for the innovation and impact of our work with awards from the World Summit on the Information Society, the Canadian Council for International Cooperation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Agricultural, Learning, and Impacts Network (ALINe).


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