Today (Tuesday, November 21, 2017) the world marks the ‘World Television Day’ which was proclaimed in 1996 by the United Nations General Assembly,
“in recognition of the increasing impact television...
What has ICTs to do with climate change? Malcolm Johnson the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Deputy Secretary General, answers this question in the published news items coinciding with...
The United Nations Global Pulse is an initiative that focus on Big Data. The Pulse Lab Kampala, in Uganda has developed a prototype application that makes it possible to analyse in real time public...
GFAR Webinar: “Farm Radio, Community Radio and Participatory Radio”
Tuesday June 13th 2017 – at 14:00 Rome time
This GFAR webinar is focused on farm radio, community radio and...
Literacy Bridge was founded in 2007 to improve livelihoods through comprehensive programs that provide access to locally relevant knowledge. Its ‘Talking Book’ is a simple and low-cost audio-based...
In India’s southern state of Kerala, because of overfishing and climate change, fish stocks are rapidly decreasing. In order to catch more fish, fishermen are forced to go out into the open sea with...
The Listening Post is a project by Farm Radio, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with the aim to put the farmer as a leading actor in the agricultural development. The vision is to...
Today, the 13th of February is World Radio Day? What is this day all about? World Radio Day is about celebrating radio, a day to remember the unique power of radio to touch lives and bring together...
During the 2015 WSIS Forum each of the Action Lines awarded one of the best nominated projects with a prize. We already talked about CTA Ardyis winning theWSIS 2015 Prize for the e-agriculture...
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) represents the community electronic media [Community Radio | Community TV | Community Film] sector to Government, Industry, Regulatory...