media development

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Enabling community dialogue

Promoting gender equality

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Information is better served with radio in Ghana

Launched on World Radio Day, a study by the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) states that radio is the most effective engagement platform within the local governance system in Ghana. The study has showed that radio provides a platform for more consistent, frequent, transparent and accurate sharing of information. It also provides a way of tracking and getting timely feedback.

Radio: a powerful tool for education

Sierra Leone is battling to curb the spread of Ebola. As a consequence of the virus, schools have been closed since July and children can’t attend classes. In an article published on February 18 on National Public Radio’s (NPR) website, journalist Linda Poon explains how the Sierra Leone government partnered with UNICEF and several development organizations, so that the children of Sierra Leone could continue to learn through radio and not lose an academic year.

«La voilà journaliste»

Cette production de Radio Regueb Révolution (Radio 3R) fait le portrait de la place qu’occupent les femmes dans le paysage médiatique régional en Tunisie. Au gouvernorat de Sidi Bouzid, 38 journalistes et présentatrices dans deux radios associatives et trois centres médiatiques de citoyenneté ont aboli toutes les contraintes et ont prouvés que la femme dans cette région est capable de créer et de servir ses capacités à travers le micro et le stylo pour vaincre les inégalités de genre grâce aux chiffres, à l’effort, à la présence et à la persévérance.

La production audio est en arabe. Pour lire le script, veuillez visiter le site de l’AMARC.

Vers Beijing+20: Une série radiophonique produite par l'AMARC, en collaboration avec ONU Femmes.

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This segment produced by Radio Regueb Révolution (Radio 3R) explains the role of women in the regional media landscape in Tunisia. At the governorate of Sidi Bouzid, 38 journalists and presenters in two community radio stations and three media centers citizenship have overcome all constraints and proven that women in this region are able to create and serve their capabilities through radio broadcast and journalism to abolish gender inequalities through numbers, effort, presence and persistence.

This segment is in Arabic. To read the script, please visit AMARC’s website.

On the road to Beijing+20: An audio series produced by AMARC, in collaboration with UN Women.

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