Featured Farmer Stories

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Kenya

Kenya: As large herds struggle, some Maasai switch to dairy cattle (Trust)

In the Maasai village of Oloimayian, cattle have long been a symbol of wealth and pride. “I hope your cattle are well” […]

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Senegal

Senegal: Limited access to water hurts market gardeners

Fary Diop sits under a baobab tree at the entrance to Mbidiem Lébou village, filling small bags with grilled groundnuts. The 50-year-old […]

Resources

Broadcaster how-to guide: Adapting Farm Radio International resources for radio broadcast

There is a huge amount of information and an enormous number of stories available in print, on the internet, in television, in […]

Opportunities

Wildlife poaching & trafficking journalism training workshop

The Africa-China Reporting Project at Wits Journalism is collaborating with Khetha and VukaNow to host a Wildlife Poaching & Trafficking Journalism Training […]

YenKasa

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 […]