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African Climate Change and Reporting Awards

The African Climate Change and Reporting Awards (ACCER) honour journalists whose work has enhanced access to information about climate change. An initiative of The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance and partners, this is the second edition of the awards. Each winner will receive a certificate and US$1,000. Three journalists will take home...

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This 50-page report discusses information‐seeking behaviours of small-scale farming households in Kenya. The research project focused on how farmers are informed about innovation regarding new methods of increasing agricultural productivity, which is one of the main challenges for Africa’s agriculture and its rural population. Based on findings...

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Running from 2011 to 2013, the Healthy Choices Radio Programme was designed to strengthen reproductive health and gender equality through radio programming and community dialogue in Uganda. The centre piece of the project was the one hour Healthy Choices radio magazine, which was complemented by listening groups and training for radio stations...

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Evaluations

The Wanakonnect Pilot Project: Using Mobile Money to Create a Revenue System fo

This 70-page report discusses findings from Kenya on the impact of the Wanakonnect dedications pilot project for local community radio stations and their interaction with the community. The community radio stations participating in the pilot project offer special dedication and greeting programmes that allow community members to send greetings...

This 2-page summary shares audience feedback about Haba na Haba, a weekly discussion programme broadcast by the BBC Swahili service. The programme covers issues relevant to local communities in Tanzania and invites politicians and public figures into the studio to address concerns raised by the programme and audiences. According to the summary...

This 32-page report shares the summary results of a meta-analysis of evaluation reports conducted by OneLove regional campaign partners to assess the mid-term progress of the campaign. The OneLove campaign is a regional initiative developed by The Soul City Regional Programme and partner organisations in 10 southern African countries (Lesotho...

BBC Media Action

"This paper seeks to identify the extent to which the national TV and radio programme Sema Kenya (Kenya Speaks), part of BBC Media Action’s governance work in Kenya, supported accountability, peace and inclusion at the time of the 2013 Kenya election. It shows the specific value placed on Sema Kenya by audiences and experts at election time."...

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This 38-page evaluative study was designed to assess the effectiveness of the Obbanywa Village Health Team Radio Distance Learning Program in Uganda in improving the skills and knowledge of village health teams (VHTs), as well as establishing the reach and effects of the programme among the general population beyond the VHT listening groups....

This 62-page report shares results from the Village Voices for Development (VVD) project in Madagascar, designed to use radio as a tool to empower and enable citizens to learn about, understand, and act upon their rights to information and freedom of expression. The project was implemented by the Andrew Lees Trust in partnership with Andry...

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This 2-page impact study shares the experience of Tchova Tchova, Juntos Vamos Mudar (TTHV - Moving Forward, Together We Will Change), a three year social and behavioral change communication project for HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment led by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (JHUCCP). Tchova...

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This 34-page evaluation report shares findings of an assessment of the "Tomorrow is a New Day" project in the Democratic Republic of Congo by Search for Common Ground (SFCG). The project is designed to reach soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) and civilians to improve civilian protection, fight impunity...

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This 2-page research summary shares insights from an assessment of BBC Media Action's A National Conversation governance project in Angola. Funded by the United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFiD) Governance Transparency Fund, A National Conversation is working in Angola, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania to increase government...

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This 12-page case study shares the experiences and lessons learned of Zaphamban' izindlela!, a serial radio drama designed to get people thinking, and talking, about women’s rights and the African Union Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa (AU Protocol).

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Digital

This contest, organised by Hala Nigeria, seeks to reward "compelling stories that use traditional and/or digital tools to engage citizens on health topics that matter to them. The goal is to spur quality journalism, creative presentation, citizen engagement, and sharing of information." Individual winners will receive cash prizes of up to $1,...

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Organised by African Media Initiative (AMI) in partnership with the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), the African Story Challenge is seeking applications to fund great story ideas on business and technology. This is the third round of its pan-African journalism competition. Twenty projects shortlisted for the final prize will be...

"...[J]ournalism has the power to change lives. So the decision to commission this book was critical given the urgency with which the media must re-engage with social aspects of development."

"Citizen journalists are playing an increasingly important role reporting on sensitive issues, such as HIV, particularly in countries where free speech and media access is limited."

The Africa Media & Democracy Conference is hosting its bi-annual Africa Media and Democracy Conference under the theme: "Media, Democracy and Development". The Conference is intended to address and examine various perspectives, interventions, and issues of media in the practice of democratic governance in Africa. The event is open to...

The African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet) invites entries for the 2014 annual Awards for Excellence in Health Communication in Africa. The purpose of the AfriComNet Award is to:

  • recognise outstanding contributions made by individuals/organisations in the field of strategic...

This guide is part of WITNESS’ Video for Change how-to series on filming safely, effectively, and ethically. It’s based on the best practices established over 20 years of training and supporting human rights activists in 90 countries to use video. This guide is for human rights activists, advocates, citizen journalists, citizen filmmakers,...

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Launched in October 2013, Savings Matters is a radio drama series broadcast across a number of community radio stations urging South Africans not to forget the importance of saving and to plan properly for their financial future. The radio programme combines drama, storytelling, and talk radio, to teach and explain various issues around the...

African Investigative Journalism Awards 2013

Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) has announced the 2013 African Investigative Journalism Awards. According to FAIR, following the last Annual General Meeting, FAIR revised the format of the IJ Awards and subsequently added new categories to enable more African journalists to enter the competition.

The ten new...

Centre for Communication and Social Change Awards 2014

The Centre for Communication and Social Change is looking for outstanding and innovative individuals and organisations using communication and information and communication technology (ICTs) in communities to create meaningful change and facilitate social, economic, and technological development. The Award exists to recognise 'unsung heroes'...

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Strategic Thinking

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This 50-page report discusses information‐seeking behaviours of small-scale farming households in Kenya. The research project focused on how farmers are informed about innovation regarding new methods of increasing agricultural productivity, which is one of the main challenges for Africa’s agriculture and its rural population. Based on findings...

Produced by the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, this manual shares perspectives and insights about edutainment, using popular entertainment formats to tackle serious social issues. The manual is designed for media practitioners and social activists who wish to use the power of entertainment and mass media to...

This 92-page report, published by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) maps the complex legislative frameworks of community broadcasters in more than 30 countries. It examines how the sector can be strengthened in line with international standards and provides analysis and recommendations that may be of...

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This 2-page research summary shares the experience and audience survey results following broadcasts of The Forum, a debate programme which was recorded with a live studio audience and broadcast nationally on radio and TV in February and March 2013. BBC Media Action, in partnership with the Zambian National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC),...

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This 34-page report shares findings from an Audience Feedback Study conducted to assess the information needs of the populations served by Internews’ network of community radio stations in South Sudan, and how the stations are meeting those needs. According to the report, overall, the most pervasive theme for people – despite location,...

BBC Media Action

"This paper seeks to identify the extent to which the national TV and radio programme Sema Kenya (Kenya Speaks), part of BBC Media Action’s governance work in Kenya, supported accountability, peace and inclusion at the time of the 2013 Kenya election. It shows the specific value placed on Sema Kenya by audiences and experts at election time."...

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This 132-page report draws on five years of lessons learned and case studies from implementing the Mwananchi Governance and Transparency Programme in six African countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zambia. The report proposes a focus on context-specific processes, or 'interlocution processes', by which selected actors...

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This 28-page report, published by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), discusses the relationship between the global environment, pastoralist tendencies, and global climate change. It explores how the media portrays pastoralism, focusing on the content of newspaper articles about pastoralists in Kenya, China, and...

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This 86-page report shares findings of a desk review conducted by Communication for Change (C-Change) project of communication programmes that focus on multiple and concurrent partnerships (MCP) in Southern and East Africa. The objective of the desk review was to identify lessons learned from recent experiences in designing, implementing, and...

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Experiences

The Wize up, Your Decision, Your life campaign in Zimbabwe used radio talk shows and community dialogues to address sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) issues for urban and rural youth. As part of the campaign, 9 radio discussion shows were recorded and broadcast by local community radio stations. Topics discussed were service...

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Running from 2011 to 2013, the Healthy Choices Radio Programme was designed to strengthen reproductive health and gender equality through radio programming and community dialogue in Uganda. The centre piece of the project was the one hour Healthy Choices radio magazine, which was complemented by listening groups and training for radio stations...

Cocoa Farmers Livelihood Project

Launched by BBC Media Action in 2011, the Cocoa Farmers Livelihood Project is working to build farmers' skills, increase the quality and amount of cocoa they produce, and encourage more people to take up farming to support themselves and their families. Combining radio drama and talks shows, community work, and distance learning, the project...

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Launched by BBC Media Action in 2013, Biiftuu Jireenyaa, which means "Dawn of Life" in Afan Oromo, and Jember, which means "maternal light" in Amharic, are radio programmes designed to improve reproductive, maternal, neonatal, and child Health (RMNCH) in Ethiopia. The radio programmes deliver a series of lessons focused on maternal and neonatal...

Ya Take Ne Arewa (What's Happening in the North) is a weekly radio show, launched by BBC Media Action and first broadcast in 2012, that is working to improve family health by tackling health issues facing women, families, and communities in Nigeria. Intended for audiences of parents and caregivers, the 30-minute weekly show focuses on topics...

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Soka Uncobe - which translates to "circumcise and conquer" - is a social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) campaign in Swaziland designed to achieve 80% coverage of voluntary medical male circumcision in the adult male population within a one year period. The overall approach is based upon understanding existing perceptions, identifying...

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Launched in 2013 by PCI Media Impact, My Wildlife - My Community is a communications for behaviour change campaign designed to positively shift knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours of local populations with regard to the unsustainable harvesting, trade, and consumption of bush meat in Tanzania. Focusing on protected areas where hunting and...

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Launched in November 2013, Change the Story: Refugees and Migrants Speak Against GBV is a 3-part series of short radio dramas highlighting factors that make refugees and migrant communities vulnerable to sexual violence, as well as the challenges for accessing care and treatment services. The dramas were created in a participatory workshop with...

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Launched in October 2013, Savings Matters is a radio drama series broadcast across a number of community radio stations urging South Africans not to forget the importance of saving and to plan properly for their financial future. The radio programme combines drama, storytelling, and talk radio, to teach and explain various issues around the...

 Integrated Mental Health Radio Programme

The Integrated Mental Health Program in Malawi and Zambia is a three-year radio programme launched in September 2013 to raise awareness of mental health disorders in Malawi through engaging with youth. Using integrated community, educational, media-supported and health system approaches, the project works with schools, health centres, and youth...

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Materials

"...[J]ournalism has the power to change lives. So the decision to commission this book was critical given the urgency with which the media must re-engage with social aspects of development."

Published by Action Institute For Environment Health And Development Communication (Action IEHDC) in Zimbabwe, this toolkit is designed to be used by facilitators and peer educators to conduct discussions around sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). According to Action IEHDC, young people need information about sexual and...

Published by the Congolese Women Journalists’ Association (UCOFEM) and Observatoire de Pavie, this is a guide for journalists on how to improve women’s image in the Congolese media.

Produced by the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, this manual shares perspectives and insights about edutainment, using popular entertainment formats to tackle serious social issues. The manual is designed for media practitioners and social activists who wish to use the power of entertainment and mass media to...

"Citizen journalists are playing an increasingly important role reporting on sensitive issues, such as HIV, particularly in countries where free speech and media access is limited."

This 92-page report, published by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) maps the complex legislative frameworks of community broadcasters in more than 30 countries. It examines how the sector can be strengthened in line with international standards and provides analysis and recommendations that may be of...

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In response to requests from members, the Forum for African Investigative reporters (FAIR) produced a toolkit to support existing environmental investigations, and encourage new ones, particularly related to climate change. The publication offers tips, hints, and links to other resources to help IJs:

  • approach the...
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The Media Law Handbooks for Southern Africa, published by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Regional Media Programme, are intended to be a practical guide for journalists practicing in Southern Africa. The handbooks not only contain a comprehensive overview of applicable media laws (governing both the print and broadcast media) for each...

This manual has been designed by the HIV & AIDS Media Project, a partnership between the Wits Journalism Programme and the Anova Health Institute, and can be used either as the guiding component in a two-day training, or read as a stand-alone guideline for understanding, communicating with, and writing for the South African media on issues...

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Published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, this 62-page radio toolkit is designed to give community radio stations across Africa the knowledge, tools, and skills to get young people involved in producing radio at the local level. It provides inclusive examples to allow free exchange of ideas between girls...

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Awards

African Climate Change and Reporting Awards

The African Climate Change and Reporting Awards (ACCER) honour journalists whose work has enhanced access to information about climate change. An initiative of The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance and partners, this is the second edition of the awards. Each winner will receive a certificate and US$1,000. Three journalists will take home...

This contest, organised by Hala Nigeria, seeks to reward "compelling stories that use traditional and/or digital tools to engage citizens on health topics that matter to them. The goal is to spur quality journalism, creative presentation, citizen engagement, and sharing of information." Individual winners will receive cash prizes of up to $1,...

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Organised by African Media Initiative (AMI) in partnership with the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), the African Story Challenge is seeking applications to fund great story ideas on business and technology. This is the third round of its pan-African journalism competition. Twenty projects shortlisted for the final prize will be...

The One World Media Special Award will recognise a media organisation based in the developing world using media to address social, political, and economic issues. Various types of media content will be considered, including, but not limited to: investigative journalism, current affairs content, drama, or digital media content. According to One...

The African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet) invites entries for the 2014 annual Awards for Excellence in Health Communication in Africa. The purpose of the AfriComNet Award is to:

  • recognise outstanding contributions made by individuals/organisations in the field of strategic...
African Investigative Journalism Awards 2013

Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) has announced the 2013 African Investigative Journalism Awards. According to FAIR, following the last Annual General Meeting, FAIR revised the format of the IJ Awards and subsequently added new categories to enable more African journalists to enter the competition.

The ten new...

Centre for Communication and Social Change Awards 2014

The Centre for Communication and Social Change is looking for outstanding and innovative individuals and organisations using communication and information and communication technology (ICTs) in communities to create meaningful change and facilitate social, economic, and technological development. The Award exists to recognise 'unsung heroes'...

 Next Generation of Science Journalists Award 2013

To help recognise emerging medical science journalists, Germany's medical journal Deutsches Ärzteblatt, the European Union of Science Journalists' Associations (EUSJA), and the World Health Summit (WHS) will grant the "Next Generation of Science Journalists" Award for the second time. The award will be presented at The World Health Summit,...

Telkom-Highway Africa New Media Awards

Sponsored by Telkom, these awards were created to reward innovative use of information communication technologies (ICTs) in journalism which serves Africa and its citizens. The awards were pioneered to highlight the role that ICTs play to enhance journalism and the media, in the process uplifting communities. The awards will be announced at the...

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Organised by Radio for Peacebuilding Africa (RFPA), the RFPA Awards are designed to recognise the most original and highest quality radio programmes which contribute to promoting peace and tolerance on the African continent. The RFPA Awards intend to showcase and reward radio programmes that, by the topics presented or the angle used, intend to...

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Democracy and Governance

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Organised by African Media Initiative (AMI) in partnership with the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), the African Story Challenge is seeking applications to fund great story ideas on business and technology. This is the third round of its pan-African journalism competition. Twenty projects shortlisted for the final prize will be...

"...[J]ournalism has the power to change lives. So the decision to commission this book was critical given the urgency with which the media must re-engage with social aspects of development."

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This 2-page research summary shares the experience and audience survey results following broadcasts of The Forum, a debate programme which was recorded with a live studio audience and broadcast nationally on radio and TV in February and March 2013. BBC Media Action, in partnership with the Zambian National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC),...

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This 34-page report shares findings from an Audience Feedback Study conducted to assess the information needs of the populations served by Internews’ network of community radio stations in South Sudan, and how the stations are meeting those needs. According to the report, overall, the most pervasive theme for people – despite location,...

The Africa Media & Democracy Conference is hosting its bi-annual Africa Media and Democracy Conference under the theme: "Media, Democracy and Development". The Conference is intended to address and examine various perspectives, interventions, and issues of media in the practice of democratic governance in Africa. The event is open to...

The One World Media Special Award will recognise a media organisation based in the developing world using media to address social, political, and economic issues. Various types of media content will be considered, including, but not limited to: investigative journalism, current affairs content, drama, or digital media content. According to One...

This 2-page summary shares audience feedback about Haba na Haba, a weekly discussion programme broadcast by the BBC Swahili service. The programme covers issues relevant to local communities in Tanzania and invites politicians and public figures into the studio to address concerns raised by the programme and audiences. According to the summary...

African Investigative Journalism Awards 2013

Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) has announced the 2013 African Investigative Journalism Awards. According to FAIR, following the last Annual General Meeting, FAIR revised the format of the IJ Awards and subsequently added new categories to enable more African journalists to enter the competition.

The ten new...

BBC Media Action

"This paper seeks to identify the extent to which the national TV and radio programme Sema Kenya (Kenya Speaks), part of BBC Media Action’s governance work in Kenya, supported accountability, peace and inclusion at the time of the 2013 Kenya election. It shows the specific value placed on Sema Kenya by audiences and experts at election time."...

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Health

This contest, organised by Hala Nigeria, seeks to reward "compelling stories that use traditional and/or digital tools to engage citizens on health topics that matter to them. The goal is to spur quality journalism, creative presentation, citizen engagement, and sharing of information." Individual winners will receive cash prizes of up to $1,...

"...[J]ournalism has the power to change lives. So the decision to commission this book was critical given the urgency with which the media must re-engage with social aspects of development."

Produced by the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, this manual shares perspectives and insights about edutainment, using popular entertainment formats to tackle serious social issues. The manual is designed for media practitioners and social activists who wish to use the power of entertainment and mass media to...

The One World Media Special Award will recognise a media organisation based in the developing world using media to address social, political, and economic issues. Various types of media content will be considered, including, but not limited to: investigative journalism, current affairs content, drama, or digital media content. According to One...

The African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet) invites entries for the 2014 annual Awards for Excellence in Health Communication in Africa. The purpose of the AfriComNet Award is to:

  • recognise outstanding contributions made by individuals/organisations in the field of strategic...

Ya Take Ne Arewa (What's Happening in the North) is a weekly radio show, launched by BBC Media Action and first broadcast in 2012, that is working to improve family health by tackling health issues facing women, families, and communities in Nigeria. Intended for audiences of parents and caregivers, the 30-minute weekly show focuses on topics...

 Integrated Mental Health Radio Programme

The Integrated Mental Health Program in Malawi and Zambia is a three-year radio programme launched in September 2013 to raise awareness of mental health disorders in Malawi through engaging with youth. Using integrated community, educational, media-supported and health system approaches, the project works with schools, health centres, and youth...

African Investigative Journalism Awards 2013

Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR) has announced the 2013 African Investigative Journalism Awards. According to FAIR, following the last Annual General Meeting, FAIR revised the format of the IJ Awards and subsequently added new categories to enable more African journalists to enter the competition.

The ten new...

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Running from 2010 to 2014, the Zambia Integrated Systems Strengthening Program (ZISSP) is designed to increase use of critical high-impact health services through a health systems strengthening approach. One of the strategies is the production of a 26-episode radio distance learning programme designed to support the learning of Safe Motherhood...

GREAT Scalable Toolkit

The Gender Roles, Equality, and Transformations (GREAT) Scalable Toolkit is a set of tools created for Ugandans to transform gender and reproductive health outcomes, providing...

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Natural Resources Management

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This 50-page report discusses information‐seeking behaviours of small-scale farming households in Kenya. The research project focused on how farmers are informed about innovation regarding new methods of increasing agricultural productivity, which is one of the main challenges for Africa’s agriculture and its rural population. Based on findings...

"...[J]ournalism has the power to change lives. So the decision to commission this book was critical given the urgency with which the media must re-engage with social aspects of development."

Cocoa Farmers Livelihood Project

Launched by BBC Media Action in 2011, the Cocoa Farmers Livelihood Project is working to build farmers' skills, increase the quality and amount of cocoa they produce, and encourage more people to take up farming to support themselves and their families. Combining radio drama and talks shows, community work, and distance learning, the project...

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The Feeding Hungry Cities: Food Security in Southern Africa project involves a 10-part radio documentary and a multi-language short radio drama designed to raise awareness and dialogue about food insecurity in the region. The radio drama, entitled "Trading Places," focuses on the story of market women who face displacement from where they sell...

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The Her Farm Radio initiative is a series of radio projects developed by Farm Radio International (FRI) which are designed to tune into the needs and wants of women farmers. Officially launched in July 2013, Her Farm Radio highlights projects that place particular focus on the voice and knowledge needs of women farmers and include projects that...

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Launched in January 2011, African Farm Radio Results Initiative (AFRRI-2) is a 36-month project which is designed to build the effectiveness of radio organisations and broadcasters in helping small holder farmers in Africa to adopt more productive and sustainable farming practices. It is an extention of the African Farm Radio Research...

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Launched in 2009, Farmer Voice Radio (FVR) is designed to be an agricultural extension service that links extension officers and farmers through radio and other information and communication technologies to enhance farmer productivity and prosperity and eliminate the need to reach every farmer in person. The project began in Kenya and Malawi...

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This 28-page report, published by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), discusses the relationship between the global environment, pastoralist tendencies, and global climate change. It explores how the media portrays pastoralism, focusing on the content of newspaper articles about pastoralists in Kenya, China, and...

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Farm Radio International has published a list of tips for broadcasters who want to improve their farmer programmes. According to the authors, radio, more than any other medium, speaks the language of farmers and farmers count on radio to provide them with the information they need, when they need it. Farmers also want radio to include them in...

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The Future Agricultures Consortium (FAC) and Institute of Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) are inviting journalists and media specialists to enter a competition for reporting on the politics and processes that influence agricultural investment in Africa. This media competition is designed to encourage journalists and media specialists...

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Gender

"...[J]ournalism has the power to change lives. So the decision to commission this book was critical given the urgency with which the media must re-engage with social aspects of development."

Published by the Congolese Women Journalists’ Association (UCOFEM) and Observatoire de Pavie, this is a guide for journalists on how to improve women’s image in the Congolese media.

Produced by the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, this manual shares perspectives and insights about edutainment, using popular entertainment formats to tackle serious social issues. The manual is designed for media practitioners and social activists who wish to use the power of entertainment and mass media to...

healthy-choices.jpg

Running from 2011 to 2013, the Healthy Choices Radio Programme was designed to strengthen reproductive health and gender equality through radio programming and community dialogue in Uganda. The centre piece of the project was the one hour Healthy Choices radio magazine, which was complemented by listening groups and training for radio stations...

The One World Media Special Award will recognise a media organisation based in the developing world using media to address social, political, and economic issues. Various types of media content will be considered, including, but not limited to: investigative journalism, current affairs content, drama, or digital media content. According to One...

This guide is part of WITNESS’ Video for Change how-to series on filming safely, effectively, and ethically. It’s based on the best practices established over 20 years of training and supporting human rights activists in 90 countries to use video. This guide is for human rights activists, advocates, citizen journalists, citizen filmmakers,...

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Launched in November 2013, Change the Story: Refugees and Migrants Speak Against GBV is a 3-part series of short radio dramas highlighting factors that make refugees and migrant communities vulnerable to sexual violence, as well as the challenges for accessing care and treatment services. The dramas were created in a participatory workshop with...

GREAT Scalable Toolkit

The Gender Roles, Equality, and Transformations (GREAT) Scalable Toolkit is a set of tools created for Ugandans to transform gender and reproductive health outcomes, providing...

The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and the Department of Media Technology at the Polytechnic of Namibia, invite applications to the second edition of the Journalism Summer School (JSS). The Summer School will be held at the Polytechnic of Namibia and will bring together 25 mid-career journalists from across southern Africa...

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This audio guide, published by Radio for Peacebuilding Africa, intends to serve as a guide for journalists and media professionals in producing more responsible programming on gender-based violence. It has been created to help journalists cover survivor stories in an appropriate and sensitive manner and serve the public without compromising...

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