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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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Living like a Tanzanian for a few minutes - lots of laughter and cheering on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3CkP3wgrJI

Guest post: My experience in Tanzania

May 30, 2018

Margaret Taylor-Sevier laughs with two Tanzanians as they show her the delicate balance required to carry a bunch of bananas to market. In this guest post, Margaret shares her reflections following our first learning tour to Tanzania. Regular readers of Tuning In will know that Farm Radio International led its first learning tour to Tanzania in February…

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Radio: A source of information and motivation for this determined farmer

September 30, 2016

Interview and photos by Jesse Winter Theodora Kubaje has raised guinea fowl her entire life. “My father was a farmer and my mother. So, as a child, from school I would come and help my father take care of the fowls,” Theodora explains. “It has made me love guinea fowls.” The strange-looking birds are similar…

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Volunteers: Open call for developers to join us in Tanzania

October 10, 2013

Are you a developer who likes to mash things up a bit? Attend a hack-a-thon now and again? Love the challenge of finding new ways to apply your skills and make the world a better place? If yes, Farm Radio International is looking for a few good programmers like you! Developers from all over the…

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Farm Radio Malawi with Worldwide Quest Brochure FINAL

January 14, 2020
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October 10, 2013

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Pack your bags for Ghana! Join our Discover Ghana tour and safari

June 1, 2018

Join the fun on our third learning tour and safari. This time, we will be exploring Ghana, experiencing the rich history, colourful markets, and seeing firsthand the perseverance and ingenuity of small-scale farmers in this West African country. We will also be visiting some of Farm Radio International’s broadcasting partners so that you can hear…

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