On Air Dialogues: What rural people in sub-Saharan Africa have to say about climate change
In October 2022, Farm Radio International organized a series of three On Air Dialogues in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso to gather the views, perspectives and experiences of rural people as they contend with climate change. Learn what African farmers had to say about the impacts of climate change and how they are adapting their farming practices.Read More
On Air Dialogues: Amplifying rural voices during the 2021 Food Systems Summit
Using radio polling, we asked farmers for their opinions about food systems ahead of the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit.Read More
Rewatch webinar: Development at a distance — changing paradigms during and beyond the pandemic
Join us on Oct. 29 to learn how can interactive communication approaches can respond to the needs of underserved communities during COVID-19.Read More
We’ve ‘bean’ on a mission — to improve legumes!
It’s no secret that when people work together, the results are better than those working alone. In 2015, Farm Radio International, alongside several other organizations,…Read More
Fast Facts on Fall armyworm
A hungry, hungry caterpillar It’s not a worm. It’s a caterpillar that grows into a moth. This means it can travel far once it reaches…Read More
Recent report explores the potential of interactive radio to serve rural citizens
What are the possibilities of using new digital technologies alongside radio to help ensure that agricultural development projects are farmer-centred, and meet the needs of…Read More
Farm Radio research project releases its final report
Radio is widely acknowledged as the best way to deliver farming information to small-scale farmers in sub-Saharan Africa. But, until recently, little was known about…Read More
What is the state of farmer radio programming in Africa?
Ideally, international development efforts are driven by the needs and circumstances of the people they intend to serve. But when international development organizations develop expertise…Read More