Internews encourages all radio stations in South Sudan both commercial and community radio stations to produce radio content focusing on cultural diversity.Read more
Internews has been working in what is now South Sudan since 2006, building some of the first community radio stations in the country, and providing communities in remote, information-poor areas with vital access to news and information in local languages. Learn more>>
Reporter Mike Thomson covers the innovative radio approach that gets information to displaced people in South Sudan’s biggest camp
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7. Promoting Women Leaders Through Radio
Internews partner in South Sudan, Eye Radio dedicated a week of programming to women – featuring stories about inspiring women and producing programming that contributes to women’s welfare and equality in South Sudan – in honor of International Women’s Day on March 8.
Eye Media began the year on high note as they celebrated a milestone with the installation of a new solar power system.
Marking World Radio Day on February 13, USAID media development partner Internews distributed 35 solar-powered wind-up radios to radio listener clubs in the Malakal Protection of Civilians (PoC) site, which houses people who have been displaced by conflict.
Internews wins second place in the 2018 USAID/Democracy, Human Rights and Governance (DRG) photo contest