What are rural sub-Saharan African communities saying about climate change? How can we bring their voices to influence decisions? How can you use these results to better influence and guide your own programs? That’s what we’re setting out to answer in this webinar.
As part of Farm Radio International’s “On-Air for Gender-Inclusive Nature-based Solutions” project, they hosted a series of On Air Dialogues with rural people across sub-Saharan Africa, specifically in:
- Burkina Faso
- Côte d’Ivoire
- and Zambia
Now, Farm Radio is sharing those results with you to influence and inform your own programs and priorities. You’ll walk away knowing:
- What are rural communities across sub-Saharan Africa saying about climate change?
- What do these results mean, and how can you incorporate them into your work?
- What are the best ways to reach rural people to get their input and experiences on important topics, especially people who are historically underrepresented or rarely heard from?
Watch the YenKasa Africa webinar: