04/11

Radio training on Editorial, Programming, Monitoring and Media Ethics in Radio broadcasting in Lesotho

UNESCO Windhoek cluster office organized and carried out a 3 day training workshop at Mafeteng Community Radio station, from 4th to 6th November 2013. This training aimed at providing training on editorial, programming, monitoring, gender focus and introduction to ICTs to 10 participants (4 women and 6 men). Although there were more males than females participants to the workshop, special attention was made to ensure that there was a gender balance. The training was carried out by Mr. Pheko Mathibeli.

23/09

Correspondents' network and ICTs for programming, editorial work and diffusion at Base FM and !aH Radio, Namibia

A training for !aH and Base FM took place between 23 and 27 September 2013 in Katutura at the Base FM Studio. A total of 12 correspondents,  6 trainees from each radio station, attended this training in an effort to share good practices and provide hands-on training as well as participation in all activities. The trainers were Mr. Julius Mtemahandji and Mr. Jens Schneider.

09/09

Workshop to raise capacities to produce programmes in three areas of concern in Pangani, Tanzania

On 8 September 2013, UNESCO staff and trainers from Dar es Salaam travelled to Pangani, Tanga for a workshop to raise capacities of correspondents from five local radios in the United Republic of Tanzania to produce programmes on four selected areas of concern (agriculture, health education, and good governance).

23/08

Workshop on correspondents' reporting at Valley FM, South Africa

The workshop took place during 4 days (23, 24 and 31 August and 1 September 2013), equipping 10 radio correspondents (4 men and 6 women) with the ability to use ICT in their broadcasting. The trainer was Mr. Al-Ameen Kafaar, an experienced journalist and communication specialist, and training was held at Valley FM’s premises, in Worcester, Western Cape.

19/08

Workshop to raise capacities to produce programmes in three areas of concern in Sengerema, Tanzania

This four day workshop, held in Sengerema, Mwanza, in the United Republic of Tanzania, had a special focus on strengthening the capacity of journalists and correspondents from four local radios to report on issues of local public concern. 

19/08

Correspondents' network and ICTs for programming, editorial work and diffusion at Ohangwena Community Radio, Namibia

This training aimed at establishing a network of correspondents and increase their knowledge of ICTS in various areas to support local broadcasting. The training took place from 19-23 August 2013 in Eenhana at Ohangwena Community Radio for a total of 6 participants (2 men and 4 women).

18/06

!AH Radio training on Editorial, Programming, Monitoring and Introduction to use of ICTs in Radio broadcasting

UNESCO Windhoek cluster office organized and carried out a 3 day training workshop at !AH radio station, from 18th June 2013 to 20th June 2013. This training aimed at providing training on editorial, programming, monitoring, gender focus and introduction to ICTs to 6 participants (4 women and 2 men) from !aH Radio station in Tsumkwe, Namibia. The training was carried out by Mr. Khumbulani M. Ndlovu, station manager of Base FM, and assisted by Arantxa Mandiola, UNESCO Windhoek.

03/12

Editorial, programming and monitoring matters including radio formats and gender focus, Tanzania

The training was hosted by Kahama FM Radio, in the Shinyanga region, Tanzania, and took part from 3 to 7 December 2012. Twenty community radio practioners from five community radio stations came together for a five days training workshop on radio programming and gender.

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