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Joseph Sekiku
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  • Karagwe
  • Tanzania, United Republic Of
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I am working with rural farmers. I manage a question and answer service and of recent have been involved in a project which requires extensive feedback with and from farmers, keeping track of their progress but at the same time wishing to alert them, when a program addressing their needs is on air.
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I am called joseph sekiku. I work with FADECO COMMUNITY RADIO in Karagwe district, kagera region, NW Tanzania.
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http://www.envaya.org/fadecoradiofm

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presenting frontline sms platform at the AMARC-AFRICA meeting in Dakara, Senegal 25.1.2012

Just to let you know that I am in Dakar Senegal, attending the MARC-AFRICA capacity building seminar for community radios in Africa. the theme chosen for this meeting is: Enhancing impact of community Radio Broadcasting in Africa.

This meeting is attended by more than 40 community radio broadcasters from various countries opn the African continent. Tomorrow I am presenting my experiences using different value addition ICTS that make community radio very important and I will talk among…

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Posted on January 24, 2012 at 4:46pm — 2 Comments

Community media Network of Tanzania holds planning meeting in Zanzibar 17-18 May 2011

NETWORKING today is the remaining solution to meeting development challenges all over the world. Given the increasing opportunities posed by the developments in the ICT sector, it is unacdceptable to live like on island nor to re-invent the wheel. In whatever situation, what is required is to establish linkages and networks with complimentary and supplementary oytlooks, so that we make the world a better place in- for example by fighting poverty, inequality, injustice,…

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Posted on May 17, 2011 at 5:05am

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