RT @farmradio: "Sound helps shed light" - Radio stations prove invaluable
in providing badly needed agricultural news in Africa http://bit.ly/
".... An Ottawa-based charity celebrating 30 years of strengthening
small-scale farming in rural Africa through radio programming welcomed two
of its bright lights to Canada this week.
Gladson Makowa of Malawi and Jean Paul Ntezimana of Rwanda were saluted at
the Scott St. offices of Farm Radio International, the service built by
92-year-old former farm broadcaster George Atkins, for their reports on
climate change and radio development in Rwanda since the genocide. ..."
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