Use these social media cards on Twitter and Facebook to show your support and spread the word about the Voice for Family Farmers radio campaign that celebrates the UN Decade of Family Farmers.
Radio stations can be champions for family farmers. By joining the UNDFF radio campaign, they commit to being the Voice for Family Farmers: inviting farmers to speak on their radio programs and to shape the topics discussed on the programs. Radio stations can ensure that family farmers have the information they need to make good decisions that improve their lives and livelihoods. They can also connect family farmers with farmer
Short video clip highlighting key messages of the United Nations Decade of Family Farming’s major constituencies. Filmed on the occasion of the UNDFF Launch held in FAO headquarters from 27 to 29 May 2019. Voices for Change: Elizabeth Mpofu, General Coordinator, La Via Campesina Zimbabwe Voices for Change: Kenneth Katungisa, Chief Executive Officer Uganda National Farmers Federation Voices for Change: Editrudith Lukanga, World Forum of Fishers harvesters & Fish (WFF)
The Feed the Future Developing Local Extension Capacity project (DLEC) piloted a multi-channel, multi-stakeholder approach leveraging video-enabled extension, a national IVR question and answer (Q&A) forum, a mobile-based farmer and extension agent survey, and the Fall Armyworm Monitoring and Early Warning System (FAMEWS) – a mobile application deployed by the MoALR and FAO. DLEC is implementing the pilot in collaboration with the Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity (FTF-EVCA)
Listen to Kitara FM’s Fall armyworm programming: https://dev.uliza.fm/podcast/project/56 Over the course of eight weeks between August and October 2018, Kitara FM in Uganda aired radio programs about Fall armyworm. The programs were designed to help farmers understand how to identify and control this invasive pest. The farmer program, Eliso Lyomulimi (Farmers’ Eye), also connected with local farmer groups, supported by the FAO’s Farmer Field School program. Learn more about the impact of