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La radio rurale en tant qu’outil d’enquête sociale

Étude de cas des émissions sur la santé de la reproduction produites au Cameroun (Lolodorf)










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    Réalisée dans le cadre du 3ème Programme d’Assistance de l’UNFPA au Cameroun par le projet IEC/SR “Information, Education, Communication communautaire en Santé de la Reproduction” financé par l’UNFPA et exécuté par la FAO, cette étude intitulée «Emissions éducatives de Radio Rurale et jeunes ruraux du Cameroun» visait à évaluer les contenus et l’impact d’une série d’émissions produites et diffusées sur plusieurs stations de radio des cinq (5) provinces d’intervention du programme sur les questions de population et de développement. Les conclusions de ce travail confirment s’il en était encore besoin l’importance stratégique de la radio dans les campagnes et stratégies de communication pour le développement en Afrique. Les productions diffusées sur de nombreux thèmes de la Santé de la Reproduction ont déterminé de manière féconde certains changements de comportements au niveau des jeunes ruraux sur des questions liées à la Santé maternelle et Infantile, à la pr évention du VIH et autres infections sexuellement transmissibles (IST), à l’Equité, au Genre etc. Cette étude a également permis de mieux cerner les besoins en information des jeunes ruraux sur les problèmes de Santé de la Reproduction, d’identifier les canaux, les émissions et les horaires d’écoute les mieux adaptés.
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    This report examines the potential of using mass media to enhance the access of poor rural households and women to educational opportunities. It underlines the importance for the mass media to create conditions and mechanisms whereby people have genuine access to media. The successful and innovative experience of the Bayanihan Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC) in the municipality of Infanta in Quezon Province in the Philippines is documented through a case study that describes the BBC’s innovative community-based radio broadcasting model, which has been effectively used to promote sustainable agriculture. The study develops a framework for a community-based radio distance learning system (CBR-DLS) which can serve as a helpful guide to assist with the planning and implementation of radio based distance learning programmes elsewhere.
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    This report describes the process, achievements and learnings of a subproject which set out to introduce a radio programme as a communication and extension tool to help Sri Lankan fisherfolk in their development. The subproject was initiated in January 1988, the radio programme went on the air with daily and weekly programmes in January I989 and has continued since without a break. In March 1992, the subproject was terminated and the responsibility for the programme was assumed by the Ministry o f Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (MFAR) of the Government of Sri Lanka. MFAR was responsible for the execution of the project. The Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation worked closely with MFAR and provided expertise, training inputs and the services of a senior broadcaster to act as the Team Leader. The Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP) provided technical assistance, support for training, broadcast, production, equipment and monitoring. The Norwegian Agency for International Development (NORAD) , through their office in Sri Lanka, provided a generous grant to cover some of the training and expertise inputs. World Radio for Environment and Natural Resources (WREN), a media organization in the UK, was contracted to provide the subproject the services of Michael Pickstock who provided the bulk of the training inputs, advice on management, programme design and equipment, and who undertook the evaluation of the activity.

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