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.
Depression is a widespread and serious illness that affects people throughout the world, whether they live in the richest enclaves or the poorest communities. It usually begins during youth. In Malawi, about 5 – 7% of adolescents suffer from depression.
This project is part of the Her Farm Radio initiative While all FRI projects are designed to be […]
Since the 1970s, when Farm Radio International was known as the Developing Countries Farm Radio Network, we have championed the need for bringing radio broadcasters together.
Farm Radio International has been offering distance education programs since 2007 on scriptwriting and participatory research.
From 2007-2010 Farm Radio International, with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ran one of […]