Scaling-up improved legume technologies in Tanzania (SILT) : Final Technical Report

Scaling-up improved legume technologies in Tanzania (SILT) : Final Technical Report

Document also available on IDRC’s Digital Library Here. In 2015 a group of like-minded organizations came together to explore whether working together on a campaign-based communication and extension approach could make a significant contribution to our understanding of development communications for impact and scale. The idea was simple. What if… instead of lots of individual…

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FRI IUCN Her Farm Radio brief

Her Farm Radio: Building knowledge and developing the capacity of Malawi’s female farmers on forest landscape restoration

As farmers, foresters and providers, women have a unique understanding of the ecosystems they live alongside. A pioneering radio programme in Malawi is tapping into this immense body of knowledge by creating a platform for women to engage in landscape restoration. Find out about the innovative work done by our strategic partner Farm Radio Trust…

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Project Profile: Achieving impact at scale through ICT-enabled extension services in Ghana

Project Profile: Achieving impact at scale through ICT-enabled extension services in Ghana

Using radio and cell phones to speed adoption of better farming practices in Ghana Radio broadcasts, text messaging, and phone apps are providing more farmers with the information and market linkages needed to adopt technologies that increase their productivity and improve nutrition in their communities. Trials throughout Africa demonstrated these efforts were most effective when…

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Media brief: Ethiopia

Media brief: Ethiopia Program

Learn about our Ethiopia country program. This document is intended for media and contains key information and FAQs on our activity in Ethiopia. FRI in Ethiopia: • Current number of active projects: 5 • Number of on-air programs in 2016/2017: 26 • In Ethiopia FRI has facilitated the formation of more than 190 community listening…

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Country program brief: Ethiopia

Country program brief: Ethiopia

FRI Ethiopia is fostering partnerships with key partners in the public, private and non-profit sector, including the Ethiopian government. We offer an unprecedented means to reach farmers at the field level, achieving scale which is only possible thanks to the ubiquity of radio sets in rural areas as well as our unique approach to radio…

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Project Profile: Scaling-up Improved Legume Technologies in Tanzania

Project Profile: Scaling-up Improved Legume Technologies in Tanzania

Using information campaigns to bring proven solutions to more legume farmers in Tanzania Smallholder farmers in Africa have shown in field trials how improved legume varieties, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, high-quality seeds, and fertilizers can increase yields, reduce production costs, and enhance nutrition. Efforts are now underway to harness the power and reach of radio and other…

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Guide to resources for broadcasters

Guide to resources for broadcasters

Do you ever find yourself searching for information about a specific crop, wanting ideas on how to create a drama for your farming audience, or wondering how to involve women farmers in your program? FRI has many resources that can help you—read this guide to learn more. Farm Radio International (FRI) aims to support all…

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The retirement project of George Stuart Atkins: development radio in the time of cybernetics

The retirement project of George Stuart Atkins: development radio in the time of cybernetics

This publication is available in Volume 27, 2017 – Issue 8 of Development in Practice Abstract For years after its start-up in 1979, Farm Radio International (FRI) sent radio scripts and other material to broadcasters in more than 100 developing countries, believing it reached as many as 100 million people. By 2000, however, its unidirectional…

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Annual Report 2016-17

Financial Report 2016-2017

An audit of our year-end financial statements was conducted by Deloitte LLP in Ottawa, in accordance with Canadian standards. The above is a snapshot of the financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2017, with comparative information for 2015-16. For the full annual report for 2016-2017 please visit this page.

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Annual Report 2016-17

Annual Report 2016-2017

For the audited financial statements for 2016-2017 please go here. — Radio is everywhere and for everyone. It is in even the most remote villages and people of all ages and abilities tune in. It has immense reach. Counting only the broadcasting partners that participated in our projects last year, we estimate a combined audience…

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