Nelly Bassily | February 13, 2012
This handbook was produced by UNESCO in 2001, but contains information that is still relevant today. It shows that community radio stations can be set up by anyone with commitment and interest. The handbook provides tips on how to start up and maintain a community radio station with a minimum of external support. It contains sections that cover program policies, features and functions of community radio, and a case study of Radio Ada in Ghana, one of Farm Radio International’s broadcasting partners.
The handbook is available in French, English and Thai.
The English version: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0012/001245/124595e.pdf