The summer edition of Network News is here!
The summer edition of Network News is here! In this edition, learn about Farm Radio International’s unprecedented poll that helped thousands of small-scale farmers share their opinions and…Read More
The winter edition of Network News is here!
The winter edition of Network News is here! In this issue, you can learn what makes our most recent annual report stand out, and why…Read More
The fall edition of Network News is here!
The fall edition of Network News is here! In this issue, you can meet the FarmQuest candidates competing to be named “Mali’s best new farmer”…Read More
Spring Network News is here!
Our most recent Network News is hot off the presses. In this issue we meet Dr. Adaptation and learn how his radio show helped Ghanaian…Read More
Winter Network News: Read it before the summer!
In case you didn’t get a chance to read the winter edition of Network News, we have some exciting updates on Farm Radio International’s work…Read More
Fall issue of Network News is here!
The fall issue of Network News, the newsletter we produce three times a year to keep our supporters informed about our work, has been published.…Read More
Online course will train African broadcasters to design effective programs for farmers
Jefferson Massah calls himself part of the Farm Radio International Family. As a rural radio journalist in Liberia, he uses skills that he learned from…Read More
Fighting ‘Witch Weed’ with the Radio
Five years ago, nothing grew well in Barafo Théra’s family farm, which lies in the community of Damy in Mali. Nothing, that is, except for…Read More
The Drama of the Radio Drama …
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…Read More
Looking ahead…Implementing award-winning radio campaigns
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 &…Read More