Radio is an ideal instrument to use for disseminating information to farmers in Zambia. Zambian farmers trust Information from the radio more than other means of information delivery.
I never imagined a point in my life where I would have the ability to travel across the globe and speak with organizations affecting people’s lives at such a profound level. Yet, that’s exactly where I found myself this past July…
By Steph Stroud, Farm Radio International | At Farm Radio International, we understand the power of radio. We use radio broadcasts to inform, discuss, exchange ideas, investigate and learn.
By Jonathan Coxall | Africa Educational Trust (AET) is partnering with Lifeline Energy to deliver Speak Up, a radio-based English language course for youth and adults in 130 rural communities in South Sudan.
If you told me on April Fool’s Day 2004 that a simple joke would result in me traveling to Zambia in Southern Africa, I would have said, “The joke’s on you pal”. But sometimes, life takes you down unexpected paths.
During the rainy season, most parts of Luangwa Valley in eastern Zambia cannot be reached by government extension worker. There are too many streams between the villages and Nsefu where he lives. These streams overflow the low bridges and the water is infested with crocodiles.