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Broadcaster profile: Mariam and Mohamed at Abood FM

Broadcaster profile: Mariam and Mohamed at Abood FM

December 13, 2017

Broadcaster Mariam Maruzuku in the studio at Abood FM, in Morogoro. It is a long drive from Morogoro to Lungo village, first over a tarmac road, then through a market town, and finally to the village centre. The trip takes at least two hours. And from there, it’s a long walk through muddy puddles and…

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Update from the Hangar: Uliza Answers farmers’ questions

May 23, 2018

Photo Credit: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Bartay Photography We are constantly looking for innovative ways to connect farmers with each other – particularly using radio to amplify their voices so that one farmer’s questions and expertise can be shared with other farmers in their region. This is why we incorporate simple mobile surveys…

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Reducing food waste with new partnerships in Nigeria, Kenya, and Tanzania

June 6, 2018

Farm Radio International is bringing our success with social and behaviour change communication to an important global issue: food loss. Together with media partners Access Agriculture and Mediae, we will work through several communication channels to support Africa’s small-scale farmers to reduce post-harvest loss. Our Reducing post-harvest loss project will develop a communication strategy encompassing…

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Radio – Where knowledge flows, food grows

December 23, 2011

Farm Radio International’s Annual Report 2010/2011 is now available online. The following is the Executive Director’s Report. The name Farm Radio International seems to capture the imagination. When people first hear about Farm Radio International, they often ask: “where can we find you on the radio dial?” or “how many listeners do you have?” Some…

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Our Work

May 18, 2017

We put radio to work in rural Africa. We put radio to work in rural Africa. What we do We make radio the very best it can be for rural communities across Africa. Radio Resources We provide resources and training to help rural radio broadcasters create programs that better serve their listeners. Learn more Radio…

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Help bring vital maternal health information to thousands of rural Ethiopians!

September 28, 2021

Help bring vital maternal health information to thousands of rural Ethiopians! Help raise $10,000. Total so far: $0 Donate now Tragically, in Ethiopia, more than 1 in every 250 pregnancies results in the death of the mother, and 1 in 30 the death of a newborn baby. The Ethiopian government is working hard to ensure…

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Our Work

March 18, 2021

We put radio to work in rural Africa. Connect with a Farm Radio rep. today We put radio to work in rural Africa. What we do We make radio the very best it can be for rural communities across Africa. Radio Resources We provide resources and training to help rural radio broadcasters create programs that…

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Our Work

March 18, 2021

We put radio to work in rural Africa. Follow us on social media We put radio to work in rural Africa. What we do We make radio the very best it can be for rural communities across Africa. Radio Resources We provide resources and training to help rural radio broadcasters create programs that better serve…

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COVID-19 Response

April 1, 2020

COVID-19 Information saves lives. Whether it’s about staying safe or planting food, radio saves lives.  Donate now “My family was desperate for information that could save our crops. Had it not been for the radio, I would still be groping in the dark.” Junmai Emmanuel is a 45-year-old widow with four children living in northern…

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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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