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We’ve ‘bean’ on a mission — to improve legumes!

By Farm Radio International | Oct 5, 2018

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,…

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Fall Armyworm

Fast Facts on Fall armyworm

By Farm Radio International | Sep 20, 2017

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…

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Recent report explores the potential of interactive radio to serve rural citizens

By Farm Radio International | Jan 31, 2017

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…

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Farmer program producer Alfred Kangambega with the gift of resource packs and sansas

Farm Radio research project releases its final report

By Farm Radio International | Nov 11, 2016

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…

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This research farmer is sweet on a new kind of potato

By Farm Radio International | Jul 15, 2016

Video by Jesse Winter Cyril Ananie is a research farmer in Lume Avete, a community in the Volta Region of eastern Ghana. He is helping…

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Learning about the state of radio in francophone West Africa

By Farm Radio International | Jan 8, 2015

This summer, researcher Meli Rostand visited radio stations in Mali and Burkina Faso to understand the work broadcasters are doing and how they are meeting…

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What is the state of farmer radio programming in Africa?

By Farm Radio International | Dec 12, 2014

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…

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Audio postcard: Research on sweet potato selection shows that nutrition is often an afterthought

By Farm Radio International | Jul 3, 2014

Hi I’m Janelle from Farm Radio Ghana. Here’s my interview with Frank Quiquché Aka, Senior Researcher at the crop science department of the University of…

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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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Monitoring with Mobiles: Using Mobile Phones as a Convenient and Cost-Effective Survey Tool

By Farm Radio International | Feb 7, 2011

How do you collect almost 4155 household surveys across five countries in under a month and be certain that all the data ends up in…

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