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Audio and video postcard: Paza Sauti — Raising the voices of Tanzanian farmers

July 16, 2014

Clara Moita, broadcaster for Radio 5 in Arusha, Tanzania, works on Paza Sauti, a radio program that polled Tanzanian farmers on their access to markets. Paza Sauti, which means “raise your voice” in Swahili, was a two-week program that polled Tanzanian farmers on their access to markets. A total of 9,000 farmers left their thoughts with…

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Wonderful messages of thanks this Thanksgiving

October 10, 2014

We have received some fantastic messages thanking farmers as part of the Thank a Farmer campaign. These messages will be aired on myFM and on our partner radio stations in Africa. Take a sneak peek at some of the creative thanks and get inspired to write your own poem, share a story of a visit…

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Audio postcard: Women helping women through communal banking in southern Tanzania

October 15, 2014

Yosefa Antony (left) shakes the hand of Faousta Amos, the secretary of her communal bank. Out in the small village of Namatula, Tanzania, where you’re more likely to hear a rooster crow than the growl of a car engine, Yosefa Antony works on her rice farm. She’s been farming since she was a child, she tells…

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Fuelling rural development through timber in Tanzania

January 22, 2015

Rehema Chuma regularly ventures out into the 13,600 hectares of forest in her village of Mtawatawa. She braves the dangers of lions and illegal loggers in the name of protecting this vast resource. Tanzania has a booming market for Mtawatawa’s lumber. The problem is that illegal logging dominates the industry. Illegal loggers burn trees instead…

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Check out our 2013-2014 annual report

January 26, 2015

Farm Radio International is proud to announce that its 2013-2014 interactive annual report is online — in both French and English! The annual report includes stories, pictures, audio and video describing the projects underway in 2013-2014 and the impact they made. Among the stories is a look at the impact our demand-driven participatory radio project…

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8 ways radio is changing the lives of farmers

February 25, 2016

How radio is seeding change for small-scale farmers Radio can share vital information on agricultural techniques, nutrition, health care, local politics, weather and more. Radio also provides valuable entertainment to its listeners, with music, radio dramas and debates. Here are a few ways we are using radio to seed change for the millions of farmers…

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Janet Atkins Memorial Studio

A listening legacy: The Janet Atkins Memorial Production Studio

June 27, 2017

Director of Operations Gizaw Shibru reads a letter from the Atkins family during the opening ceremony of the Janet Atkins Memorial Production Studio at Kagadi Kibaale Community Radio in Uganda.  Last year, we lost Janet Atkins — devoted wife of Farm Radio International’s founder, the late George Atkins. This year, Janet’s family and friends celebrated…

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Teff in Ethiopia

Sharing one farmer’s success story with millions more

July 5, 2017

Small-scale farmers are naturally risk averse, as a successful harvest is essential for their food security and income. What can encourage farmers to take the bold step to try a new agricultural practice? Hearing the success farmers like them are having. This is why each of our participatory radio campaigns (PRCs) features the voices of…

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African Harvest 2017

African Harvest 2017: A celebration of food, farmers, radio, and resilience

July 18, 2017

In 2014, we had the pleasure of hosting our first-ever African Harvest dinner to celebrate 35 years of Farm Radio International and raise funds to support our work. This year, we were pleased to host a second African Harvest event, building on our past success. On May 27, on a rare sunny evening amidst weeks…

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Dorothy Okello

Farm Radio hosts gender and ICT for development expert Dr. Dorothy Okello

September 7, 2017

Earlier this month, we had the pleasure of hosting Ugandan engineer, academic, and activist, Dr. Dorothy Okello at our Canadian headquarters in Ottawa. Dr. Okello has made it her life’s work to increase the inclusion and participation of women in using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to address development challenges in Uganda. Her expertise in…

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