Ivory Coast | Children's Radio Foundation

We use radio to amplify youth voices across Africa, giving them the skills and tools to speak about their lives

LGBTI Exhibition shares Cape Town stories with the public

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Young Reporters at pop-up radio booth at Menell Media Exchange 2017

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Universal Access to Information Day is celebrated by UNESCO each year on September 28th. We acknowledge this day, as we believe that youth have the right to know the facts, services, and stories that build more peaceful and open societies.

The International Day for Universal Access to Information aims to raise awareness of how media and universal access to information are important aspects of ensuring sustainable development. Access to information brings people together, encourages us to ask questions, and allows us to make informed decisions about our futures. Radio remains one of the most powerful media tools to get vital information to the public. We appreciate the 727 youth reporters across 79 radio station projects in Tanzania, Zambia, South Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Ivory Coast who share information, generate dialogue, and inspire action in and beyond their communities!

 

 

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World Radio Day 2018 has come and gone, and we are richer for it! Young reporters from across our projects in Africa celebrated RADIO and its power to connect, advocate, and mobilize for positive transformation.

Across Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zambia, youth reporters create radio broadcasts to address a range of human rights issues they face in order to improve their lives, communities, and beyond. For World Radio Day 2018, an annual UNESCO observance day, youth reporters shared their ideas and thoughts on the power of RADIO. They sent us their photos and quotes answering ‘What does radio mean to you?’ which we shared across our social media platforms for World Radio Day. We are proud and deeply grateful to work with so many courageous and committed young people, mentors, radio station staff, partners and supporters!

Here are a handful of the inspiring and powerful...

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Ivory Coast young reporters, along with young reporters from the DRC, South Africa, and Zambia made their voices heard at the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) in Abidjan in December 2017.

Hosting the pop-up radio station, our team of young reporters were great ambassadors for the Children’s Radio Foundation, demonstrating their professionalism, passion and thoughtfulness to the topics discussed during the live shows they produced and presented. Here Marie Olive Traoré, a young reporter from Ivory Coast is interviewed by her fellow young reporter outside the conference building.

If you would like to see more pictures from the conference, click here.

 

 

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The 19th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA)  begins today in Abidjan, Ivory Coast! Youth reporters from Ivory Coast, Zambia, the DRC and South Africa come together to provide live coverage from our pop-up radio station at the conference.

With the support of UNICEF Zambia, UNICEF Cote d’Ivoire, our 12 youth reporters are hosting discussions and debates about HIV prevention, youth-friendly services and navigating treatment and care. They will speak to to experts, researchers and specialists during this week, and attend sessions and discussions, and bring their unique adolescent perspective.  You can follow the live broadcast online at this link: www.childrensradiofoundation.org/listen

To follow all the action, stay tuned to our social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

 

 

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Our radio work with young people across Africa was recently featured in the Radio World international publication, a radio industry magazine.

The article ‘CRF Grooms Child Broadcasters’, written by John Musuku, a journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe gives the international radio community more insight into our work and our beginnings as an organisation. Click here to read the article on page 16.

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