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Who should tell the small-scale farmer’s story? They should.

By Farm Radio International | Feb 5, 2015

Privat Tiburce Massanga, a Congolese journalist, has written for Barza Wire since 2011.   In December 2007, Farm Radio International launched Farm Radio Weekly, a…

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2014 GACA winners: three passionate broadcasters

By Farm Radio International | Dec 18, 2014

Passionate, hardworking broadcasters are an essential part of our work, helping us reach millions of farmers with timely, relevant agricultural information. This year, three outstanding…

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Audio postcard: Tanzanian cassava co-operative triples harvest by listening to the radio

By Farm Radio International | Jun 2, 2014

Salmu Nakudabi, chairperson of  Jitegemee B, a cassava processing co-operative in Tanzania, at work processing cassava. This group has more than tripled its yield after tuning…

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Audio postcard: Vox popping in Ghana to capture the voice of the people

By Farm Radio International | Nov 8, 2013

Hello my name is Sylvie Harrison and I am the radio broadcast specialist for the Climate Change Adaptation in Northern Ghana Enhanced project, also known as…

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In-station training transformative for broadcasters

By Farm Radio International | Aug 27, 2013

*Above: Ghanaian farm broadcaster Victoria Dansoa Abankwa works with FRI trainer Stephen Appiagyei Donkor to help improve her broadcast skills. Victoria Dansoa Abankwa, an extension agent who hosts a…

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ARRPA Dissemination Workshop by Amanda Joyce, Farm Radio International Intern

By Farm Radio International | Sep 9, 2011

I met Kojo Oppong, a producer and presenter of the agriculture program at Radio Peace in the Central Region (Ghana), at the national dissemination workshop…

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How it all began – a recollection from Michael Pickstock

By Farm Radio International | May 7, 2009

Many people in the Farm Radio “family” are familiar with the story of how the organization was formed 30 years ago by George Atkins after…

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