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    THIS WEEK ON AV RADIO Program: EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT FOR WOMEN: Episode: History of Women’s Education: September 30th 2011 Schedule:
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      THIS WEEK ON AV RADIO

      *     Program:         EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT FOR WOMEN:

      Episode:           History of Women’s Education: September 30th 2011

      Schedule:         Every Friday

      Time:               from 11:00 AM until: 12:00 PM EST

                              Click here for detail about this show

       

       

      *     Program:         AFRICAN HEALTH DIALOGUES:

      Episode:           Food as medicine (African Diet and Nutrition): October 1, 2011 

      Schedule:         Every Saturday

      Time:               from 12: 00 PM-1: 00 PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME

                              Click here for details this show

       

       

      *     Program:         GREEN AFRICA

      Episode:           Water and Sanitation in Africa: October 2, 2011 

      Schedule:         Every Sunday

      Time:               from 13:00 until: 14:00 EST

                              Click here for details about this show

       

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      It’s not true if the radio doesn’t say it.

      This was the comment in a letter from an African farmer. Radio is still highly regarded as one of the best communication tools for reaching the rural poor, particularly in Africa. The question we have to ask ourselves is how do we connect better through this medium?

      AV radio is unique in a sense that it can also be accessed and listened to on the phone or Skype. This is particularly useful because cell phones are ubiquitous in Africa and is currently the most reliable access to digital life. Please join our discussion weekly on African Views Radio.

      Visit: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/africanviews during the show or visit www.africanviews.org/av-radio to listen to all episodes.

       

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      AV

       

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