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.
Rice is a staple food for many households in Africa. The rise in the price of rice in […]
In 2012, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) began the Knowledge for Forests project, to […]
Burundi: Kenya: Rwanda: Tanzania: Uganda: Harmonized standards for growing and processing cassava and potatoes
Five East African countries have introduced harmonized standards for growing, harvesting, drying, sorting, bagging and processing cassava and potatoes.
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Farming is a tough business, relying on good weather, hard work and fair prices at the market. Yet […]
Farm Radio International is proud to announce that its 2013-2014 interactive annual report is online — in both […]
Rehema Chuma regularly ventures out into the 13,600 hectares of forest in her village of Mtawatawa. She braves […]