Radio School for Local Communicators
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Radio School for Local Communicators

Recognizing and Building Communication Rights


Radio Viva now has a permanent space for undertaking radio training in their premises. A bi-lingual (Spanish and Guarani) curriculum has been developed for training in journalistic techniques and skills, management and programming for community and citizens’ radios. Personnel in 20 such stations are better equipped to run and manage the stations. Eight members of Radio Viva have the necessary skills to run regular training programmes for personnel of new stations. Increased leadership capacity and skills among members of 20 community stations.

Final Report      


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