We are thrilled to see our 25,000 Fenix radio-lights being distributed to school children in Sierra Leone. As children remain in lockdown, the radios enable students to listen to school lessons which are aligned with the national curriculum.
With COVID-19 disrupting education for billions of students across the globe, radio education has renewed importance as an effective, reliable and highly personal medium for fuelling learning.
by Sajor Barry | Growing up in the slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone was like hell on earth. I was born and raised next to the Atlantic Ocean in Kroo Bay, one of the poorest, most densely populated and neglected communities in Freetown.
Radio Voice Bank will be an open source library of curated audio content for African listeners with limited access to information.