Publications

Tuning In newsletter: Spring 2015

In our latest edition of Tuning In, Executive Director Kevin Perkins explains why he’s excited about the future of radio and its ability to reach youth. Our integrated mental health project in Malawi and Tanzania is a great example of how radio can engage youth, and is also featured in this issue. Learn more about…

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Building Capacity of Radio Stations in the Brong Ahafo and Northern Region on Climate Change Adaptation to Radio Program

Building Capacity of Radio Stations in the Brong Ahafo and Northern Region on Climate Change Adaptation to Radio Program

Sharing information and giving voice to small-scale farmers is a necessary support component that enables farmers to improve their prospects of achieving improved income and food security in the face of climate change. Based on this premise, Farm Radio International in collaboration with the Department for Agricultural Extension Services (DAES) of MoFA with funding from…

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CCAFS Working Paper: Delivering climate services for farmers and pastoralists through interactive radio

CCAFS Working Paper: Delivering climate services for farmers and pastoralists through interactive radio

CCAFS-led activities in the GFCS Adaptation Program in Africa include: training agricultural extension staff and other intermediaries to communicate climate services with farming communities; implement research-based assessment of needs, and monitoring and evaluation of improvements in the access and use of climate services by rural communities (farmers, pastoralists), and design scalable mechanisms to communicate climate…

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Midterm report: Integrated Mental Health in Malawi and Tanzania

Midterm report: Integrated Mental Health in Malawi and Tanzania

This report is a summary of data collected in Malawi by local partners to assess the impact of the integrated program on overall objectives at midpoint (covering the period Nov. 2012 – Sept 2014). In addition to providing a preliminary assessment of results to date, the midterm evaluation has proved useful to provide the team…

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African Rural Radio Program Analysis (ARRPA): Understanding the state of farmer radio programming in sub-Saharan Africa (Summary)

African Rural Radio Program Analysis (ARRPA): Understanding the state of farmer radio programming in sub-Saharan Africa (Summary)

In 2011, Farm Radio International (FRI) launched the African Rural Radio Program Analysis (ARRPA) project. ARRPA is the first study of its kind. For donors, radio practitioners and organizations who wish to partner with radio stations in sub-Saharan Africa, ARRPA’s detailed findings and analysis provide a comprehensive picture of the often challenging conditions in which…

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Financial Report 2013-2014

Over the 2013-14 fiscal year, FRI managed the resources entrusted to us by our donors to deliver invaluable services to African broadcasters and small-scale farmers, with impressive, measurable results. An audit of our year-end financial statements was conducted by Deloitte LLP in Ottawa, in accordance with Canadian standards. The statements reveal a year of unparalleled…

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