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Nov 15, 2011

Small-scale farmers in Nigeria, particularly female farmers, are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. In 2007, a project was initiated by the African…

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Kenya: Women use a rotating savings scheme to help each other survive a drought (by Pius Sawa for Farm Radio International)

Oct 14, 2011

To mark the International Day of Rural Women on October 15th, Farm Radio Weekly (FRW) featured an article from one of our two FRW Service…

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Meanwhile in Rwanda: Our farmer gives birth to a baby boy

Oct 7, 2011

One of the keys to achieving food security in Africa is ensuring its millions of smallholder farmers are able to produce enough food for their…

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

Oct 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…

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Looking ahead…Implementing award-winning radio campaigns

Oct 3, 2011

In late 2010, Farm Radio International wrapped up the African Farm Radio Research Initiative (AFRRI), a 42-month program that was funded by the Bill &…

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Philip Akafo’s Story

Sep 22, 2011

Ben Fiafor is Farm Radio International’s National Research Coordinator in Ghana. He writes about how one farmer, Philip Akafo, changed his life for the better…

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George Atkins Communications Award winner Grace Amito initiates school farming project

Aug 12, 2011

To celebrate International Youth Day, Farm Radio Weekly featured a story on Grace Amito’s visit to Canada earlier this year and how one talk she did…

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Radio helps African farm families survive

Aug 11, 2011

In the midst of drought and famine in eastern Africa some hopeful news. A three-year study by Farm Radio International demonstrates conclusively that when properly…

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Nourishing the Planet discusses the work of Farm Radio International

Jul 19, 2011

Recently, Molly Theobald, research fellow with the Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet wrote about the work of Farm Radio international. In her blog she writes…

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Gender Mainstreaming Workshop – Kumasi, Ghana – May 18-19, 2011 by Amanda Joyce, Farm Radio International Intern

Jun 28, 2011

I interviewed a female participant, Regina Suwie from Radio Progress in Ghana, who brought her baby to a workshop that I was involved in while working…

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