We use radio to amplify youth voices across Africa, giving them the skills and tools to speak about their lives
After an initial community consultation and some focus group discussions, the Children’s Radio Foundation conducted its first training in Bikoro, a small town surrounded by thick equatorial forest and mostly inhabited by Batwa Pygmies.
CRF successfully trained a group of 13 young reporters and 2 radio station-based facilitators as part of the activation of the new project site in Equateur.
Our youth radio project in Equateur focuses on promoting indigenous people’s rights and forms part of the national Young Reporters Network (YRN) that amplifies youth voices throughout the country. This new site is hosted by the community Radio Tohangi.
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