Brochures

Annual Report 2011-2012

Annual Report 2011-2012

Our work in 2011-12 demonstrated the re-emerging power of radio as a highly effective way to help African farmers. We developed innovative ways of providing resources like radio scripts to African radio stations, increased broadcasters’ skills through training and coaching, developed and produced high-impact radio programs with partner stations, and integrated new – and affordable – technology into the production process.
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2011 Brochure

2011 Brochure

Check out our most recent brochure, complete with all of the facts about Farm Radio and a detachable donation form. These are ideal for giving out at events or kiosks.
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Working with Farm Radio

Working with you to engage and inform farmers

Learn how Farm Radio International can offer agriculture initiatives a way to communicate with smallholder farmers and support their efforts to innovate and affect change. We invite you to print this pamphlet out and share it with organizations that may want to work with us on the ground in Africa. This pamphlet outlines our various services including: Participatory Radio Campaigns, Training and Capacity Development and Theme Specific Radio Resource Packs.
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Agricultural Radio That Works

Agricultural Radio That Works

Participatory Radio Campaigns: Farm Radio International’s unique and proven approach to helping small-scale farmers learn about, evaluate and benefit from low-cost, sustainable and more productive farming practices. Learn all about what PRCs are and how we know that work based on our ground-breaking action research project: the African Farm Radio Research Initiative (AFRRI).
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Network News

Network News

Network News is the newsletter for supporters of Farm Radio International. It provides information about our program and the people involved in our organization, as well as updates on Canada’s international development program. You can subscribe to Network News by making a donation to Farm Radio International.
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Research Leave Behinds

Research Findings “Leave-Behinds”

Want to share Farm Radio’s groundbreaking research with others without breaking the bank with printing? Download this easily printable business card-sized leave behind. It features cards for each of our three research reports from the African Farm Radio Research Initiative (AFRRI) with a simple to use URL and QR code to access the reports online.
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Participatory Radio Campaigns and food security (Research)

Participatory Radio Campaigns and food security (Research)

The African Farm Radio Research Initiative (AFRRI) was a 42-month action research project implemented by Farm Radio International (FRI) in partnership with World University Service of Canada (WUSC), and with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The following are the results of this multi-year, multi country research project that are among the first in-depth studies of rural radio in Africa. The first report outlines our use of a newly developed methodology called the Participatory Radio Campaign.
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Marketing on the airwaves: Marketing information service (MIS) and radio (Research)

Marketing on the airwaves: Marketing information service (MIS) and radio (Research)

The African Farm Radio Research Initiative (AFRRI) was a 42-month action research project implemented by Farm Radio International (FRI) in partnership with World University Service of Canada (WUSC), and with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The following are the results of this multi-year, multi country research project that are among the first in-depth studies of rural radio in Africa. The second report presents our analysis of market information services (MIS) and their effectiveness on the radio.
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The new age of radio:  How ICTs are changing rural radio in Africa (Research)

The new age of radio: How ICTs are changing rural radio in Africa (Research)

The African Farm Radio Research Initiative (AFRRI) was a 42-month action research project implemented by Farm Radio International (FRI) in partnership with World University Service of Canada (WUSC), and with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The following are the results of this multi-year, multi country research project that are among the first in-depth studies of rural radio in Africa. The third and last report presents our results from integrating newer ICTs with radio to create more effective farm radio programs.
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