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Here is our theme pack of FRI resources for August, which includes resources on youth agri-entrepreneurship, farm succession planning, VSLAs, and making money safely during COVID-19. International Youth Day 2021 is on August 12, and you can use these resources to prepare your programming.

This month’s theme pack includes 16 items from our Resource Packs, including three backgrounders, four dramas, one series of spots, four sets of suggested interview questions, and four documents with key information about COVID-19. It also includes five Farmer stories.

Backgrounders
Succession planning and shared decision-making in family farming
Why and how youth should get involved in agriculture
Managing Village Savings and Loan Associations safely during COVID-19

Dramas
Safely managing VSLA (chama) during COVID-19
Why and how youth should get involved in agriculture
Making money safely from agriculture during COVID-19
Share farming knowledge with your children

Spots
Radio spots on advancing youth entrepreneurship in agribusiness, succession planning, VSLAs, and making money safely during COVID-19

Suggested interview questions
Interview questions – Making money safely during COVID-19
Interview questions – Succession planning and decision-making
Interview questions – Managing VSLAs safely during COVID
Interview questions – Why and how youth should could get involved in agriculture

Barza Wire stories
Kenya: Poor farm succession planning means women farmers struggle to make a living
Kenya: Farmers form village savings group to help each other during COVID-19
Mali: Rastaman spreads the word to youth about the importance of agriculture
Malawi: Women and youth join co-operative to access better groundnut markets
Tanzania: COVID-19 forces female vendors to sell in new ways

Key information about COVID-19
Key information on COVID-19 for broadcasters
Answers to your frequently asked questions on COVID-19
Working remotely as a radio broadcaster
How broadcasters can stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic

Farm Radio International is working with the Feed the Future Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems Activity (KCDMS) of USAID, implemented by RTI International, to co-create radio content resources aimed at advancing youth entrepreneurship in agribusiness. This activity is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with technical assistance from RTI International. The contents are the responsibility of Farm Radio International and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.