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Archive for May, 2013

Water is life: Collect it, or work with what you have

Posted in: Issue #247, Past Issues

Burundi: Collecting rainwater eases water problems (by Jean de Dieu Ininahazwé, for Farm Radio Weekly)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #247, Past Issues

Namibia: Early planting helps small-scale farmers adapt to drought (by Johanna Absalom, for Farm Radio Weekly)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #247, Past Issues

Mozambique: Land grabs force farmers off land (New Internationalist)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #247, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Rainwater harvesting

Posted in: Issue #247, Notes to Broadcasters, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Land grabbing

Posted in: Issue #247

The Global Shining Light Award

Posted in: Issue #247, Past Issues, Upcoming Events

International Day for Biological Diversity − 22 May

Posted in: Issue #247, Past Issues, Radio Resource Bank

Save the date: ‘Farmers and agricultural value chains’ e-discussion starts June 3!

Posted in: Farm Radio International Action, Issue #247, Past Issues

Catch rain from your roof

Posted in: Farm Radio International script of the week, Farm Radio Script of the Week, Issue #247, Past Issues

Good advice changes fortunes: but is it always taken?

Posted in: Issue #246, Past Issues

Tanzania: Farmers and officials exchange blame for drought-battered crops (Thomson Reuters Foundation)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #246, Past Issues

Uganda: Woman farmer improves her income with pineapples and soya (by Jasper Dan Okello, for Farm Radio Weekly in Uganda)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #246, Past Issues

Kenya: As wheat yields fall, farmers turn to beans (Thomson Reuters Foundation)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #246, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Drought and drought-tolerance

Posted in: Issue #246, Notes to Broadcasters, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Choosing to grow a greater range of crops

Posted in: Issue #246, Notes to Broadcasters, Past Issues

German Development Media Awards open for entries

Posted in: Issue #246, Past Issues, Upcoming Events

Training guide: Sustainability of community radios – Module 5

Posted in: Issue #246, Past Issues, Radio Resource Bank

Farmers get SMART through Farm Radio International

Posted in: Farm Radio International Action, Issue #246, Past Issues

Farmers have important knowledge about weather and environmental change: Parts I and II

Posted in: Farm Radio International script of the week, Farm Radio Script of the Week, Issue #246, Past Issues

Reclaiming land; rethinking crops. And, the bat: friend or foe?

Posted in: Issue #245, Past Issues

Cameroon: Farmer regains land grabbed by state-backed forestry company (by Anne Mireille Nzouankeu, for Farm Radio Weekly)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #245, Past Issues

Zimbabwe: Drought-tolerant crops give hope to small-scale farmers (By Vladimir Mzaca, for Farm Radio Weekly in Zimbabwe)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #245, Past Issues

Ghana: The bats who never left their chief (by Lisa Marie Borrelli, for Farm Radio Weekly in Ghana)

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Issue #245, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Land rights

Posted in: Issue #245, Notes to Broadcasters, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Sorghum and millet

Posted in: Issue #245, Notes to Broadcasters, Past Issues

Notes to broadcasters: Bats

Posted in: Issue #245, Notes to Broadcasters, Past Issues

Submit your entries to journalist competition on immunization

Posted in: Issue #245, Past Issues, Upcoming Events

Online report: ‘Making women count’

Posted in: Issue #245, Past Issues

Farm Radio International’s Blythe McKay tells her story

Posted in: Farm Radio International Action, Issue #245, Past Issues

Sekedo, a drought-resistant sorghum for Karamoja

Posted in: African Farm News in Review, Farm Radio International script of the week, Farm Radio Script of the Week, Issue #245, Past Issues