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Farm Radio International develops new sustainable radio approach

At Farm Radio International, we’ve seen what works when it comes to radio projects. From projects on sweet potato, to those on climate change and women’s rights, we see great results come from informative radio programming time and time again. There’s just one problem. When a project ends, the radio ...

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Spring 2009 Network News

By Farm Radio International | Jul 16, 2009

Our newest edition of “Network News” is now available for download and printing on our website.  It is published three times a year and highlights the latest…

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How Farm Radio International changed my life

By Farm Radio International | Jun 24, 2009

Guillaume Kanga Nkodo in his plantain field As a long time Farm Radio International listener (radio ODAMA-FM), Guillaume Kanga Nkodo, a plantain farmer in Cameroon…

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Land Grabbing and its effects on small-scale African farmers

By Farm Radio International | Jun 12, 2009

From its earliest days, Farm Radio International has endeavoured to provide small-scale farmers with information about practical, low-cost, sustainable solutions to their daily needs.  Through…

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CBC Radio’s “Sunday Edition” with Farm Radio’s Doug Ward Audio Now Available

By Farm Radio International | Jun 2, 2009

Doug Ward, Farm Radio International’s Chair, with staff at Radio Fana in Mali As an update to Friday’s post, CBC Radio’s Sunday Edition episode from…

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CBC Radio’s “Sunday Edition” celebrates Farm Radio International’s 30th Anniversary

By Farm Radio International | May 29, 2009

For those of our supporters who are in Canada or who listen to CBC Radio: Dear Friends of Farm Radio International, Michael Enright, host of…

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Farm Radio Weekly Launches a new Series of Scripts on Maternal Health

By Farm Radio International | May 27, 2009

The health and survival of women during pregnancy and childbirth is an important issue throughout the world, but particularly for rural families in resource-poor countries. …

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Farm Radio helps Trans World Radio to serve farmers across Kenya (by Heather Miller, Farm Radio Weekly editor)

By Farm Radio International | May 26, 2009

On a recent holiday to Kenya, I had the enjoyable opportunity to visit one of our Partners (Trans World Radio Kenya) and hear first-hand how…

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Annual Meeting of AFRRI Coordinators Reveals Importance of Listener Engagement

By Farm Radio International | May 14, 2009

Last month, it was my great pleasure to travel to Mali to meet with most of the team implementing the African Farm Radio Research Initiative…

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How it all began – a recollection from Michael Pickstock

By Farm Radio International | May 7, 2009

Many people in the Farm Radio “family” are familiar with the story of how the organization was formed 30 years ago by George Atkins after…

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Canadian Organization Celebrates Thirty Years

By Farm Radio International | May 1, 2009

Helping millions of African farmers over the airwaves Ottawa, Ontario, May 1, 2009 — Cayenne pepper to discourage elephants from grazing on farm fields. Placing…

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