Radio campaigns by FAO in emergencies in Peru

Radio campaigns by FAO in emergencies in Peru

17/04/2012

Radio Campaign "Ensuring your family’shousehold food during to climate emergencies"

The FAO Emergency and Rehabilitation Coordination Unit (ERCU) in Peru has produced the radio campaign "Ensuring household food during climate emergencies", under the framework for the project "Emergency assistance to the most affected localities in the Ucayali region by floods in 2011".

The aim of the campaign is to enhance knowledge and practices for proper crop management, poultry breeding and risk management to face climate emergencies. The material was produced in Spanish and in three indigenous languages, Ashaninka, Shipibo and Yine. It seeks to be broadcasted via local radios and other media in order to benefit people living in the most vulnerable communities in the Amazon region.

  • Listen to the radio campaign here.

 

Radio Campaign "Coping with climate emergenciesclimate emergency to ensure food security"

The radio series "Coping with climate emergencies to ensure food security” seeks to strengthen the capacities of the highland communities in Puno and Cusco, Peru, in order to address the effects of climate change.

  • Listen to the radio campaign here.

 

Radio Campaign "Strategies for Action"

Complementary to the "Knowing to Act" radio campaign, “Strategies for Action” presents the strategies implemented by ERCU-PERU under the project "Local level disaster risk management in the Andean highlands and construction of living stocks in order to face drought and frost in vulnerable communities”. Through radio broadcasting, the campaign is intended to inform and raise awareness on community strategies for climate change adaptation.

  • Listen to the radio campaign here.

 

Radio Campaign "Knowing to Act"

"Knowing to Act" is a radio series that seeks to keep subsistence farmers informed, while raising their awareness, as well as strengthen local disaster risk management for dealing with drought and frost in highland communities.

  • Listen to the radio campaign here.