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Tanzania: Radio’s young, aspiring reporters

Daudi Frank enters Radio 5’s Arusha studios wearing a baggy turtleneck sweater. His trousers are stained with dirt, his plastic sandals caked with mud. The sixteen-year-old squeezes in his thin frame beside other young people from the youth outreach group

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Media Development Training by VIKES Finland and MISA Tanzania

VIKES is a Finnish acronym which stands for the Finnish Foundation for Media, Communication and Development. This organization provides training to journalists and educators working in the media field. Along with the Media Institute of Southern Africa’s Tanzania branch, or

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‘Fahari Yangu’: The Pride of Agricultural Radio in Tanzania

ARUSHA, Tanzania – A large, yellow, wind-up, solar radio crackles as farmer Esther Mbwana tunes it into her favourite radio station. “I love the Fahari Yangu farmer program. I listen every week,” she says as she spins the dial and stops on 105.7

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