Calling all African broadcasters and stakeholders to join us for an exciting online discussion on collaboration from July 3 to July 28!
Effective collaboration between broadcasters and stakeholder groups such as farmers’ organizations, extension workers, researchers, women’s and youth organizations, and other civil society organizations can help improve the quality of rural communication services. This collaboration can improve the quality of information provided on air and lead to increased funding for these programs.
Are you an extension worker, women’s organization, farmer organization or agricultural researcher? Collaborating with radios in your area can help you expand your reach and serve your community better.
For four weeks, Yenkasa Africa in collaboration with Farm Radio International will offer broadcasters and stakeholders an online discussion on Collaboration for effective rural communication services, from July 3 to July 28.
The online discussion will cover topics such as:
- The benefits of broadcasters and stakeholders working together on programming
- The challenges broadcasters and stakeholders face in working together
- Tips for an effective radio interview
- Strategies for sustainable collaboration between broadcasters and stakeholders
- How working with stakeholder groups enables radio programs to address gender equality and inclusion issues
We will address these topics in a facilitated online discussion, which will be conducted in English and French. If you are interested in joining the discussion in English, sign up to Farm Radio’s online platform: http://discussion.farmradio.fm/c/collaboration-for-effective-rural-communication/23
Or join the WhatsApp group: https://chat.whatsapp.com/EaeCWFfKwFxAzLQw1FoIut
If you are interested in joining the discussion in French, join our WhatsApp group: https://chat.whatsapp.com/Gm2aPr8gSSbJdjjcoQ1Fmu