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An urban migrant makes his own luck in organic farming

admin April 07, 2019

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

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

admin April 07, 2019

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

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

Meli Rostand March 31, 2019

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

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The Bangangté Local Council prioritizes women’s empowerment

admin March 25, 2019

The 23rd edition of the World Rural Women’s Day celebrated under the theme ‘Empowering rural women through the development of effective partnerships’ […]

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Growing community: Conservation agriculture over the airwaves

admin March 25, 2019

Matefie Meja is a single mother of three who farms a half-hectare of land in Chifisa, Ethiopia. It’s intensive work. As she […]

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Nakolo village women’s group excels in shea butter production

admin March 10, 2019

Shea production is a growing sector with its produce (shea butter) having great benefit to health, skin and hair. Shea butter is […]

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Youth organization for peace and rural development promotes sustainable agriculture

admin March 10, 2019

As part of the support project for farmers of the South Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of Congo, our organization Youth […]

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The Garden in a Packet

Nonhlanhla Joye February 10, 2019

Nonhlanhla Joye is known as a Farmer, a Social Entrepreneur and the Founder of Umgibe Farming Organics and Training Institute who is […]

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Community radio stations unite to build peace – Part 1

KCOMNET Kenya February 04, 2019

The role of radio as source of information mustn’t be underrated, despite TV, Internet, social media and the still existing printed press. […]

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World Radio Day- Radio a Tool for Promoting Dialogue and Peace Building

Vivienne Marara February 02, 2019

Radio is celebrated world over for its life changing attributes especially in developing countries where the development agenda remains a common denominator […]

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A solar powered radio station broadcasting at the heart of the forest on the initiative of Hope International for Tikar People

Hope International for Tikar People January 05, 2019

One hundred years after the invention of Radio, this technology remains an essential tool in the education of peoples, especially the poor. […]

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Using the Talking Book to amplify and widen the reach of extension education in underserved, rural communities

Literacy Bridge December 24, 2018

Learning positive agricultural techniques and health practices can reduce poverty, malnutrition, and diseases in developing countries. For millions of rural people, low […]

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