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Archive for January, 2011

Dear readers,

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In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

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Malawi: Intercropping helps farmer Phiri buy ox-cart (by Norman Fulatira, for Farm Radio Weekly in Malawi)

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Rwanda: Health fund for cows (Syfia Grands Lacs)

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Notes to broadcasters on intercropping as a supplement to fertilizer

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Notes to broadcasters on One Cow per Household program

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One World Media Special Award: Deadline 7 February 2011

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Panos audio files available for download

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Winners announced in scriptwriting competition on healthy communities

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Zamana, or ‘The confession’

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Dear subscribers,

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In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

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Malawi: Vulnerable small-scale farmers prioritized in the Farm Input Subsidy Programme (by Mark Ndipita, for Farm Radio Weekly in Malawi)

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2. Mali: Composting in groups (by Innoussa Maϊga, for Farm Radio Weekly in Mali)

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Notes to broadcasters on fertilizer subsidies in Malawi

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Notes to broadcasters on making compost

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Thomson Reuters Foundation Journalism Fellowships at the University of Oxford, 2011/12

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Soaps and Society’ course application deadline extended

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Covering a food crisis: online tutorials

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What was your most interesting interview last year?

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No water no life: Corruption in a Zambian prison

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Greetings!

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In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

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UGANDA: Fertilizer from composted rubbish revives Mbale’s farmers (IRIN)

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Zimbabwe: Collecting rainfall in the city (IPS)

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Kenya: Drought disrupts mobile schools (AlertNet)

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Notes to broadcasters on recycling vegetable wastes

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Notes to broadcasters on rainwater harvesting

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Notes to broadcasters on drought in Kenya

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CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Awards: deadline 27 January 2011

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United Nations Radio audio content

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‘Knowledge is like fire; you get it from your neighbour’: how farmers in Malawi connect via the radio

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Water, a basic human need, but a privilege to the voiceless

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Dear subscribers,

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In this week’s Farm Radio Weekly:

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1. Malawi: Villagers’ project builds irrigation and food security (by Gladson Makowa for Farm Radio Weekly in Malawi

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Uganda: Elephants trample on returnees’ livelihoods in the north (IRIN)

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DR Congo: Marketing by motorcycle (Syfia Grands Lacs)

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Notes to broadcasters on small-scale irrigation

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Notes to broadcasters on elephants

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Notes to broadcasters on transport to market

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Blog competition on HIV and AIDS: deadline 21 January

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BBC online course: Interviewing for radio

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Broadcaster Grace Amito organizes training for farmers on bee products

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‘Together we stand’ agricultural co-operative society

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