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Watch: Radio journalism in a time of crisis

May 4, 2020

Listen in to our conversation with radio broadcasters from across Africa about the role of journalism during COVID-19.

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A creative way to support a farmer program: farming workshops

June 20, 2018

Many African radio stations struggle to raise money to support their agriculture programs. Recording equipment and taxi fares for reporters to interview farmers in distant villages can be costly. In addition, broadcasters schedule their farmer programs when farmers are available to listen—but that’s not always the timeslot that advertisers prefer. One private radio station in…

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The long road to launching Radio Taboo, a solar-powered station in the Cameroon rainforest (and new FRI broadcasting partner)

July 4, 2018

Ngambé-Tikar district lacks many things: schools, libraries, running water, electricity, and hospitals. But one thing this district in Cameroon no longer lacks is a radio station. After more than seven years of work, Issa Nyaphaga finally saw his vision traditions and cultures. One of its flagship programs is Bonsoir le village (“Good evening village”), a…

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Farm Radio International vital tool in spreading facts, by Laura Rance

October 6, 2011

The following article appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press, October 5, 2011. We’ve all grown accustomed to the hype around Hockey Night in Canada, a phenomenon that has hockey fans glued to their big-screen TVs and those not-so-crazy about the game leaving the room. Well back in the mid-1940s, Monday was Farmers’ Night in Canada,…

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Farm Radio looks to future

Saving lives through the power of radio – 2

March 17, 2021

Saving lives through the power of radio Our work This is more than just Radio. In Rural Africa, it’s a life line! About us Why radio? Radio is still the world’s most popular mass medium, easily accessible to even the most remote African villages. It is accessible, convenient, inexpensive, and interactive. Radio is powerful Radio…

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Climate Change Donate Major Gifts

October 17, 2019

ACT NOW TO PREVENT A FUTURE DISASTER Help farmers get the climate change information they need Donate now The Climate Crisis Farmers turn to radio Farmers in Tanzania are turning on their radios as the weather they have relied on for years for their livelihoods gets more erratic and more destructive. Farm Radio International is…

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Climate Change Donate

September 16, 2019

ACT NOW TO PREVENT A FUTURE DISASTER Help farmers get the climate change information they need Donate now The Climate Crisis Farmers turn to radio Farmers in Tanzania are turning on their radios as the weather they have relied on for years for their livelihoods gets more erratic and more destructive. Farm Radio International is…

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40 Potlucks for Farm Radio

40 Potlucks for Farm Radio

May 10, 2019

40 Potlucks for Farm Radio We’re cooking up something big! Farm Radio International is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and we’re looking for 40 Champions to help us spread the news by organizing a potluck!  Help us raise $40,000 by hosting a fun, casual dinner with friends or family, and share with us as we…

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Our work in Malawi

September 18, 2018

  Our work in Malawi Our work in Malawi Malawi is a small country with a strong unifying language (Chichewa). With some radio stations able to broadcast and be understood nationwide, the potential impact of radio in the country is huge. We began working there in 2011 but soon recognized the capacity for our local…

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Reaching young people with old technology: Meet the FarmQuest candidates!

August 9, 2013

*Above: Mamadou Diarra, contestant on FarmQuest, is interviewed by Fatogoma Sanogo of Radio Fanaka. Diakaridia Fomba raises chickens in the idyllic village of Dien, in Mali, West Africa. Newborn chicks scurry around his traditional chicken coop while guinea fowl and sheep mill about his property. But farming hasn’t come easy to the 35-year-old. As a…

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