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Examples of good practice: three case studies

Examples of good practice: three case studies


Bravos de Zambezi (Mozambique): Launched in March 2010, ‘Zambezi Braves’ is an initiative that combined a 26-episode radio drama produced in two languages with training for community radio journalists to convey information around disaster risk reduction and floods and build local capacity for reporting on disasters and climate change.

Climate Airwaves (Ghana): Climate airwaves is a pilot initiative between the Institute of Development Studies and the Ghana Community Radio Network aimed at developing the capacity of broadcasters to conduct participatory action research, conducted on the ground and on the air, into community experiences of climate change and translate them into advocacy messages for researchers and decision makers.

Krishi Radio (Bangladesh): Krishi Radio offers a daily evening programme designed to address climate-related problems that farmers and fishermen commonly face, broadcasting expert advice and hosting call-in discussions to discuss potential response options. The broadcasting is offered alongside support offered by the local agricultural department.


Image credit: Nyani Quarmyne/ Climate change training with Ghana Community Radio Network

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Radio as a development tool in Africa
M. Myers / International Development Research Centre 2008
Radio is still the dominant mass-medium in Africa with the widest geographical reach and the highest audiences compared with television (TV), newspapers and other information and communication technologies (ICTs). The role of radio as...
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Effective disaster response demands rapid access to reliable and accurate data and the capacity to assess, analyse and integrate information from varied sources. ICTs can obviously help, and this paper focuses on the role of ICTs in r...
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The role of community radio in a changing climate
B. Harvey / International Journal of Communication 2011
Community radio is well recognised as a powerful vehicle for advocacy and social change in Africa, but its use in the field of climate change has remained very limited, and then largely for top-down transmission of information to comm...
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