In the 2000s, Tanzania embarked on an interactive radio instruction (IRI) initiative for primary school children engaged in the worst forms of child labour.
This country has a young population with half under 25 years of age. Young people have the highest risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. Radio was found to be the best
Burundi’s civil war lasted from 1994 to 2006. Nearly 500,000 people fled to Tanzania, becoming refugees in one of 12 camps along the border.
In 2007, to address the issue of rural information access, 8,000 of our solar and wind-up radios were distributed in rural and isolated communities across Tanzania by Haki Elimu
Sengerema, a rural district in northwestern Tanzania, is about an hour’s drive from Lake Victoria. In 2007, a new telecentre which included a radio station
In 2005 the radios, funded by the Vodafone Group Foundation, were distributed to rural health clinics in Tanzania to help with the AIDS epedemic