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Tanzania

Listening to our radio partners: 2022-23 annual survey

Radio is the world’s most popular mass medium and listeners rely on it for valuable and even life-saving informational. At Farm Radio International, we provide resources and training to our network of more than 1,300 radio partners across sub-Saharan Africa to help them improve the quality and quantity of radio programming for rural development. Each…

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Annual Report 2022-23

Farm Radio International’s 2022-23 Annual Report is a snapshot of the remarkable progress and impact we’ve achieved over the past year. It is with immense gratitude and pride that we share the stories of transformation and growth that have marked our journey this year. We have navigated the country-specific and complex realities of economic disruptions,…

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Getting results with interactive radio (partnership brochure)

Getting results with interactive radio (partnership brochure)

Radio remains the most accessible information and communication medium in sub-Saharan Africa. Combined with mobile phones, it’s more powerful than ever before. Learn how working with one of the world’s leading radio for development organizations can help you engage rural citizens to enable learning and effect change. We always work through existing local radio stations.…

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Tuning In newsletter: Spring 2023

In this edition of Tuning In, we focus on radio broadcasters and the essential role they play in their communities — including during a crisis. Learn how Kasungu Community Radio supported their community when Cyclone Freddy devastated Malawi. Read the inspiring story of Adja Malado Diakité, a market woman who went on to become the second woman working at Radio Wassoulou in Mali. Plus, meet the winners of this year’s Farm Radio Awards.

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Annual Report 2021-2022

In 2021-22 we reached 24.5 million listeners with 6,112 hours of radio. 4.9 million listeners improved their practices because of our work.

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Tuning In: Fall 2022

It’s time to bring in the harvest! In this season’s Tuning In, meet Wamkebeta Shalua, a farmer in the Meru district of Tanzania who is facing challenges caused by climate change. One thing that has helped: radio programs that keep her crops healthy. Also meet a Farm Radio donor and learn about what his donations…

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