This pack is largely devoted to backgrounders, six in total. There are also two drama scripts and three interview scripts, plus one Broadcaster how-to guide for both agricultural experts and broadcasters on the topic of how to conduct a good interview.
Three of the items in Pack 105 focus on aspects of the cowpea and chicken value chains. We also include items on how to raise quail, using conservation agriculture and agroforestry practices to address climate change, and on standards for growing and harvesting cassava. Pack #105 also contains three backgrounders and three broadcaster how-to documents.
We are now producing a regular theme pack of resources on a single topic. The first two share resources about climate change and soil fertility. Read the scripts, backgrounders, and Barza Wire stories.
Farm Radio International is a Canadian-based, not-for-profit organization working in direct partnership with approximately 600 radio broadcasters in 38 African countries to fight poverty and food insecurity.
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DYK: By combining the two most powerful communication tools in Africa — radio and mobile phones — we are able to de… https://t.co/hmo50Bab1Z,23 hours ago
“Helen Madege mentioned the phone number on her program Kilimo ni Utafiti and I ‘flashed’ it. It called me back, at… https://t.co/MEQeSjuZpb,Aug 19
Farm Radio International is a Canadian not-for-profit organization that works in direct partnership with more than 500 radio partners across 38 African countries to fight poverty and food insecurity. Our materials are also available electronically to broadcasters and to rural development organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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