Since 2010, the Children’s Radio Foundation has been helping radio stations get listeners across Africa speaking about HIV/AIDS & Ebola. Our youth reporters know how to address misinformation & stigma. Help them address vaccine hesitancy this Giving Tuesday.
In episode three, a river in Alexandra township tells the story of the environmental and systemic challenges facing informal settlements across South Africa.
In episode two, we meet a young climate activist from the Eastern Cape of South Africa with a particular interest in renewable energy solutions.
In the first of a series of three mini-podcast episodes, youth explore the impacts of climate change in their communities and ways to raise more awareness.
22 year-old Rashid Malekela knows broadcasting a radio show is not easy. Once a youth reporter himself, he now works as the lead producer of the youth show at Mwanza’s Metro FM in Tanzania.
Youth reporters have the unique ability to both share information & engage with community voices in the complex battle against deforestation.
Among the pressing issues in her community, Zambian youth reporter, Towela wanted her radio broadcasts to address the high rates of teenage pregnancy across Zambia.
On this Earth Day and every day, we celebrate brave young people like Tony who ask difficult questions, seek out solutions, and more than anything, understand the critical role they play in solving some of the world’s biggest problems.
Monde meets the Vibrant Youth Reporters once a week to help them produce and broadcast radio shows on issues that impact their lives and community.
700 Children’s Radio Foundation young reporters across Africa have quickly adapted their reporting and broadcasting methods to reach their communities with vital information, while keeping safe.