The Vibrant Youth reporters have spent the last two years using radio to raise awareness about gun violence, to advocate for a safer community, to build partnerships, and to start conversations about healing and togetherness in the township of KwaMashu.
LGBTI+ advocacy group, Jeunialissime, uses the power of radio to combat discrimination and to get LGBTI+ youth in DRC speaking about their lives and their concerns.
Young reporters at Alex FM in the township of Alexandra, South Africa are working to build safer communities by speaking out against gun violence.
Before becoming a youth reporter at her local radio station in Kitwe, Zambia, Purity didn’t have the confidence to challenge her family’s behaviour towards its HIV positive members.
I WAS UNHAPPY. I felt the problem was surely mine. I lost myself. Time and time again. I cried myself to sleep. I couldn’t share with my family and friends. Here I lie a broken mind, soul and heart. So enclosed against the wall. So many thoughts. I had to escape them all.
Tanzanian young reporters are producing and broadcasting radio shows that illustrate how farming can lead to individual prosperity and country-wide economic growth.
The Breaking New Ground youth reporters use their radio shows to get their community talking about HIV, and to encourage young people to accept their HIV status and take ownership of their health.
As part of the Unite4Climate Radio Initiative, Beatrice is using the power of radio to challenge mindsets and shift attitudes around environmental attitudes.