We use radio to amplify youth voices across Africa, giving them the skills and tools to speak about their lives
Approximately 70% of the current population of Africa is below the age of 30. Makes you think…
More than ever, listening to the voices of youth is so important to strategize how we plan the future.
At the United Nations Global Strategy for Women, Children and Adolescent Health conference, held recently in Johannesburg, decision-makers were exploring what should be priority, what needs to be addressed, and how can we get support for addressing health issues for these groups in our society. Our youth reporters from Alex FM conducted a number of meaningful interviews with key speakers at the event, asking valuable and direct questions. Here Mbali Chiya speaks to the Director of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Marleen Temmerman.
See our Soundcloud playlist here for more interviews by other youth journalists.
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