Featured Farmer Stories


Uganda: Drying maize on the ground increases health risks and hurts exports (Global Press Journal)

Namulondo Kekurina’s maize is thriving. She’s harvesting for a second time this season and has already brought in more than her family […]


Mali: Shrinking of Niger River threatens agriculture

Over its 4,200-kilometre journey, the Niger River waters 1,750 kilometres of land in Mali. The river has always provided local populations with […]


Mexican solution for aflatoxin contamination in Ghana

Aflatoxin does not affect the taste, smell, or appearance of the vegetables and grains it contaminates, but its effects can harm animals […]

World Food Day

Each year on Oct. 16, the United Nations celebrates World Food Day. The theme this year is “Healthy diets for a Zero […]


e-Discussion: Collaboration

Farm Radio International will be offering an e-Discussion for broadcasters and stakeholders in November on the topic of collaboration. Stakeholders include extension […]


An urban migrant makes his own luck in organic farming

Sibongile Sityebi heads up an urban agricultural masterpiece, supported by Ntombesine and Vuyokazi Wulana, two demure but hard working women from the […]

Analysing farm radio through contemporary models of science communication (Kilimo Media)

Fabian Oswald, completed his Masters degree at the Kalsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany.  The focus of his work was based on […]

FAO uses radio and Farmer Field School approach to support farmers facing the Fall armyworm

The Fall armyworm is a caterpillar, a member of the Lepidopteran family, that feeds in large numbers on a wide variety of […]