Video

  • Rôle de la radio communautaire face au changement climatique

    Entrevue réalisée en 2009 avec Houinsou Félix Sèdègnon de ADRAO Immaculée Conception, Bénin lors de la 4ème pan-africaine de l'AMARC, à Grand Bassam, Côte d'Ivoire.

    Source: AfricaAdapt

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  • Tanzania: Journalists on Gender equality in media

    "Pili, a journalist at a community radio station, and Saumu, newspaper journalist at Dar-es-Salaam, share their experiences as women working in the media. In an interesting and intimate discussion, the two journalists share their professional path and the obstacles they face every day as women working in the media and come up with potential solutions directly inspired by their own issues.

    This interview takes part in the framework of the UNESCO project “Empowering Local Radios with ICTs”, supported by Sweden, aims to strengthen the capacities of local radio stations to improve the quality and variety of their programmes and broadcasts by increasing the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in order to provide poor populations and marginalized groups – in particular women and girls - with access to quality information on issues of local concern and foster their participation in the public debate by increasing the number of women working as journalist or interviewed as sources and experts."

    Source: UNESCO

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  • Growing More Food: West African Agriculture Shows the Way

    The West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program (WAAPP) works with farmers, agribusinesses and researchers across 13 West African countries to develop and distribute agriculture innovations and build a sustainable food system for the region.

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  • PPAAO/WAAPP, un modèle d'ivestissement innovant

    Le film régional retraçant quelques acquis et résultats du Programme de Productivité Agricole en Afrique de l'Ouest PPAAO/WAAPP

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  • Elevage, Nutrition et Résilience au Sahel – version complète

    Au Sahel, la malnutrition tue près de 600 000 enfants par an. 20% des femmes et 25% des enfants souffrent de malnutrition chronique. Plus encore ont des problèmes de santé causés par des carences en micronutriments. Pour améliorer la résilience des populations et combattre la malnutrition au Sahel, l’élevage a un énorme potentiel, sur lequel il faut investir. Avec le soutien de l’Union Européenne, la FAO renforce le dialogue entre les acteurs de la sécurité alimentaire et de la nutrition pour une meilleure prévention de la malnutrition : en novembre 2014, près de 50 professionnels de 6 pays sahéliens se sont réunis à Dakar pour établir des synergies entre élevage et nutrition.

    [FAO Source]

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The following videos show community radio and participatory video projects based on ComDev methodologies accomplished in Africa. These informative videos demonstrate the effectiveness of participatory communication for rural development. The videos include as well a number of communication experts consultations (2006) that evidence the central role of communication for development in promoting rural development and eradicating food insecurity.