We support broadcasters in developing countries to strengthen small-scale farming and rural communities.
We work in three areas: Impact Programming, Broadcaster Resources, and Broadcaster Training.
Resilience can come in the form of improved seed varieties, the use of compost to increase soil fertility and effective pest management techniques. It can also come in the form of improved post-harvest techniques and access to new markets so farmers can achieve better value for their hard work.
Climate change and climate variability are major obstacles to food security in northern Ghana. The three northern regions of Ghana are particularly vulnerable and the ability of the local population to adapt is very low due to deep-rooted poverty.
Ethiopia: Malawi: Tanzania: Uganda: Innovations to practice through demand-driven participatory farm radio campaigns
More than ever, farmers, and female farmers in particular, need access to relevant agricultural information to help them meet the nutrition and food security needs of their families and communities. It is also important that farmers have a stronger voice in directing future agricultural research and policies so they are more demand-driven.
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