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Young radio reporters in Liberia will soon be broadcasting programmes to teach people there about how to prevent the spread of Ebola.
The Children’s Radio Foundation, led in the UK by Anglican priest Charlotte Bannister-Parker, has worked hard to build up this network of youth reporters across 29 of the country’s radio stations.
The charity exists to provide young people in countries across Africa with the skills to make impactful radio and connect them with local radio stations where their packages can be aired.
“We already have an army of young people who are active youth reporters,” said the Revd Bannister-Parker, “So what we’re doing now is putting together an Ebola Health Information Pack (EHIP) to send out to their 29 stations containing accurate, effective information about Ebola.
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