Tanzanian farmers going green

Young reporters in Tanzania are producing and broadcasting radio shows that illustrate how farming can lead to prosperity.

The Children’s Radio Foundation trains young reporters across Africa, giving them the radio and broadcast skills to make their voices heard, and in so doing helping them to ignite important conversations and gain leadership experience to last a lifetime.

With 72 projects across 6 countries, our youth reporters’ well-informed radio programs reach 9.2 million listeners weekly!

Speaking in local languages and in a youth-friendly style, they interview community members, host debates and bring out local perspectives on important subjects.

By starting conversations about issues effecting the local community such as, HIV/AIDS, violence and safety, climate change, or education, our youth reporters have the power to affect behaviour change and bring about transformation!