An innovative addition to maize farming: Cashew trees

Jan 26, 2024

If you walk through the farms surrounding Babato Kuma in central Ghana, you’ll find cashew trees sprouting up between the rows of maize. This creative climate solution is boosting both soil fertility and farmer incomes.

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Ugandan broadcaster wins award for radio documentaries for Nature-based Solutions project

Jan 9, 2024

Ugandan broadcaster Martin Amaiyko Kigongo’s first radio documentaries (produced through our project about Nature-based Solutions to climate change) won a national media award. Learn about his broadcasting career and journey to winning the award.

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Journalists attend radio documentary training in Uganda for Nature-based Solutions project

Oct 31, 2023

This June, Farm Radio International’s radio craft officers added one more tool to their toolbox so that they can train our partner broadcasters on how to produce radio documentaries that will inspire change in their communities.

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The farming community in central Ghana benefiting from teak trees planted three decades ago

Aug 31, 2023

Residents of Mem, a community in central Ghana, planted teak trees over 30 years ago. Today, they are seeing the benefits, like increased shade and protection from windstorms.

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Respecting the communities that we serve

Aug 16, 2023

Learn how Farm Radio International applies the value of respect in our work by respecting and sharing African farmers’ traditional knowledge.

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Estuary economics: Volta Region reporters visit mangrove restoration project

Jul 26, 2023

Radio show hosts, Farm Radio staff and a student volunteer visited a community in eastern Ghana to find out how they’re managing their mangrove population. Learn how the Agbledomi community is protecting its mangrove ecosystem.

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Farm Radio Ghana partners discuss Nature-based Solutions ahead of radio documentary series rollout

Jul 20, 2023

Farm Radio staff in Ghana met with stakeholders to discuss the support rural people need as they navigate the consequences of climate change. Find out key takeaways from their discussion.

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