In fragile states such as the Central African Republic, the Covid-19 pandemic poses a serious threat to sustainable media development, as Michel Leroy reports.Read more
Central African Republic
The Connecting Citizens to Post-Electoral Political Process in CAR and Refugee Areas (CONNECT) project goal is to provide support for efforts to connect the newly elected CAR Government with its citizens through responsible journalism, in order to support citizen engagement in post-elections political processes that are legitimate and accountable to the public. The CONNECT projects intermediate results are:
- Timeliness, accuracy, and objectivity of media reporting on political processes improved
- Community access to responsible media reporting improved
- Citizens’ input into post-elections political processes enhanced
Internews is working with local partners Réseau des Journalistes pour les Droits de l’Homme (RJDH) and Observatoire des Médias Centrafricains (OMCA) to advance the project goal. . Learn more>>
BBC reporter Mike Thomson visits Radio Lego Ti la Ouaka in Bambari, CAR
Provides support to media professionals worldwide with the goal of ensuring proper dissemination of vital information.
This World Radio Day, Internews – an international non-profit that was co-founded by our author David Hoffman – is celebrating a project that’s taken the fight against cholera to the airwaves.
(This article from OCHA discusses Internews' radio project in the Central African Republic.)
After months of silence, Bambari radio station is on the air again.
(This article from the Humanitarian Practice Network was written by Jacobo Quintanilla and Jonathan Pedneault, both of Internews.)