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Poster: Scaling up improved legume technologies in Tanzania

Poster: Scaling up improved legume technologies in Tanzania

The challenge Improved technologies and practices for growing common beans, groundnuts (peanuts), soybeans, and other legumes represent one of the most cost-effective and affordable approaches to improving food and nutrition security and enhancing soil fertility. Despite the well-documented advantages of improved legume practices, such as intercropping, their use remains low in Tanzania. The main hurdles…

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Poster: Scaling up pulse innovations in southern Ethiopia

Poster: Scaling up pulse innovations in southern Ethiopia

The challenge Investments in child health in Ethiopia have contributed to a significant decline in the death of infants and young children over the past 20 years. But challenges remain: Ethiopia ranks fifth globally in terms of stunting while anemia affects nearly 37% of children under 5. In addition, livelihoods and diets in Ethiopia’s southern…

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

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

The challenge Smallholder producers manage more than 70% of Ghana’s farms but achieve only half of their potential yields. There is an urgent need for increased access to agricultural extension and advisory services by smallholder farmers, particularly women. However, public sector services in Ghana have become financially unsustainable and they are not widely available. As…

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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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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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Getting results with interactive radio (partnership brochure)

Getting results with interactive radio (partnership brochure)

Radio remains the most accessible information and communication medium in sub-Saharan Africa. Combined with mobile phones, it’s more powerful than ever before. Learn how working with one of the world’s leading radio for development organizations can help you engage rural citizens to enable learning and effect change. Farm Radio International is the only international non-profit…

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