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First Sensitisation Workshop on Rural Radio for Policy, Decision Makers

THE NEED FOR RURAL RADIO IN AFRICA

Recognizing that the current world food situation poses one of the worst crises facing humankind, FAO has, since the 1960s, recognized the crucial role radio can play in helping to redress this crisis, as well as bring about rural development and poverty reduction. The organization has been associated with attempts at finding ways of maximizing its use and impact. In this, FAO has been working together with CTA, AMARC and UNESCO. The basis of this work has been an understanding of the nature of rural radio itself and, its suitability for food security and sustainable development.



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World Congress on Communication for Development Rome, Italy, 25-27 October 2006

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Radio equipment for communities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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The FAO Dimitra project: Strengthening information and communication needs of rural women from South Kivu, DRC

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Communication Strategies for Multiple Partner Involvement in Forestry Extension

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UN agencies and communication for development

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The Problem of Airtime Costs

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FAO's contribution to the implementation of MDGs: the central role of Communication for development

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