Upcoming Events

Farm Radio International runs several events throughout the year.  Most of them are free but some we run as fundraisers.  Please contact Brenda Jackson at brenda@farmradio.org if you have any questions or want to start your own Farm Radio event in your city.

Farming after conflict in Uganda, with David Okidi

When: Sunday November 4, 2012
Where: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Farm Radio International is pleased to invite you to meet David Okidi, our first African-based board member. Mr. Okidi, former station manager of Mega FM in Gulu, Uganda, will share his experiences in running diverse participatory radio programs in an area which is rebuilding after years of conflict—a place where farmers are now learning to farm again.
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Farming after conflict in Uganda, with David Okidi

When: Tuesday November 6, 2012
Where: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Farm Radio International is pleased to invite you to meet David Okidi, our first African-based board member. Mr. Okidi, former station manager of Mega FM in Gulu, Uganda, will share his experiences in running diverse participatory radio programs in an area which is rebuilding after years of conflict—a place where farmers are now learning to farm again.
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Farming after conflict in Uganda, with David Okidi

When: Wednesday November 7, 2012
Where: Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Farm Radio International is pleased to invite you to meet David Okidi, our first African-based board member. Mr. Okidi, former station manager of Mega FM in Gulu, Uganda, will share his experiences in running diverse participatory radio programs in an area which is rebuilding after years of conflict—a place where farmers are now learning to farm again.
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Bonspiel 2012

Africa Rocks!  Curling Bonspiel 2012

When:  Saturday November 17, 2012
Where: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Come out and join in the fun for a great cause! A fundraising bonspiel is being held to support Farm Radio International. No experience necessary! It’s a great event for family and friends. Every $150 raised provides training for a new radio broadcaster in Africa to share local knowledge with others about proven techniques for better land and crop management.
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