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Archive for October, 2008

Welcome to all!

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In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

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1. Rwanda: Processing bananas changes lives in Rwanda (by Sawa Pius, for Farm Radio Weekly, in Mombasa, Kenya)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #41, Past Issues

2. Africa: Food sovereignty is solution to “food crisis,” says La Via Campesina (Farm Radio Weekly)

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3. Mozambique: Preparing for natural disasters (UN Integrated Regional Information Networks)

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Notes to broadcasters on banana processing:

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Notes to broadcasters on La Via Campesina:

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Notes to broadcasters on preparing for natural disasters:

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November 14-17, 2008: International forum on women’s rights and development

Posted in: Issue #41, Past Issues, Upcoming Events

November 14-17, 2008: International forum on women’s rights and development

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We want to publish your opinions!

Posted in: Farm Radio International Action, Issue #41, Past Issues

Women learn about credit

Posted in: Farm Radio Script of the Week, Issue #41, Past Issues

Warm greetings to all!

Posted in: Issue #40, Past Issues

In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

Posted in: Issue #40, Past Issues

1. Africa: Harvest time is a celebration of farmers’ work (Wal Fadjri, Daily Trust, The Monitor)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #40, Past Issues

2. Kenya: Urban agriculture greens metropolis (The East African, UN Integrated Regional Information Network)

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3. Togo: 17,000 poultry killed in latest avian flu outbreak (UN Integrated Regional Information Network)

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Notes to broadcasters on harvest season

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Notes to broadcasters on urban agriculture

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October 16, 2008: AMARC seeks community radio participants to celebrate World Food Day

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October 16, 2008: World Foodless Day

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Stories, photos, and videos of HungerFree Women campaign to be posted online

Posted in: Issue #40, Past Issues, Radio Resource Bank

Farm Radio audio productions available on-line

Posted in: Farm Radio International Action, Issue #40, Past Issues

“Manure the magic worker” and “Organic fertilizer within easy reach”

Posted in: Farm Radio Script of the Week, Issue #40, Past Issues

Hello to all!

Posted in: Issue #39, Past Issues

In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

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1. Africa: Local milk promoted in wake of Chinese milk contamination (Le Soleil, Angola Press Agency, The East African)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #39, Past Issues

2. Ghana: Farmers say EPAs would destroy livelihoods (Public Agenda)

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Notes to broadcasters on local dairy:

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Notes to broadcasters on EPA protests:

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October 13, 2008: Apply for fellowship to cover UN Climate Change Conference

Posted in: Issue #39, Past Issues, Upcoming Events

October 16-23, 2008 – La Via Campesina to hold International Conference in Mozambique

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Marketing your community radio station

Posted in: Issue #39, Past Issues, Radio Resource Bank

Radio Kayira is a voice for the Malian people

Posted in: Farm Radio International Action, Issue #39, Past Issues

Two women rice farmers discuss their best seed saving practices

Posted in: Farm Radio Script of the Week, Issue #39, Past Issues