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Broadcasting Partner

Phone: (613) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Techiman, , Ghana
Farm Radio International
1404 Scott Street
Ottawa , Ontario K1Y 4M8

Company Description: Farm Radio International is made up of more than 300 radio stations and other organizations working in radio for development in over 39 sub-Saharan African...   more

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Our reporter Kwabena Agyei ..., 27 Jan 2015 [cached]
Our reporter Kwabena Agyei visited Mr. Peter Opoku in Mankranso.
Contributed by: Kwabena Agyei, Program Officer, Farm Radio International Ghana.
Using compost as fertilizer gives good yields and conserves soil: A Participatory Radio Campaign in Ghana | Farm Radio International, 1 Dec 2011 [cached]
Contributed by: Kwabena Agyei, Production Manager, Classic FM, Techiman, Ghana, a Farm Radio International broadcasting partner.
Clean water and a clean environment make a better life | Farm Radio International, 1 Dec 2008 [cached]
Until the same time next week, I am your host, Kwabena Agyei. It's bye for now.
Contributed by: Kwabena Agyei, Production Manager, Classic FM, Techiman, Ghana, a Farm Radio International radio partner.
2006-2007 Annual Report / Farm Radio International, 23 Aug 2012 [cached]
Kwabena Agyei
This year's winner is Kwabena Agyei, Producer at Ghana's Classic FM, a DCFRN partner since 2001. The station is located in Techiman, a large farming area in Brong Ahafo, Ghana. Kwabena Agyei participated in DCFRN's Linking Agricultural Research and Rural Radio in Africa (LARRRA) project, and he has written two scripts for us: one on community reforestation - which was a winner of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) scriptwriting competition; the other on the production of snails as a niche product. He has been with Classic FM since it began broadcasting in 1999 and now trains new staff how to develop programs that meet the needs of listeners. He has produced many innovative programs, including one encouraging tomato farmers to stagger production in order to stabilize prices. He has also produced programs on health and sanitation, which have inspired communities to clean up the sewers and streets.
Mushrooms for Sale / Radio Scripts / Farm Radio International, 1 Sept 2003 [cached]
Kwabena Agyei: radio host
Mr. Kwabena Agyei : Welcome back to our series on farmer innovation and success stories.
Agyei : Mr. Bempa, perhaps you could tell us why you first started growing mushrooms.
Agyei : And your interest grew into a business.
Agyei : Wow!
Agyei : Okay.
Agyei : How long do you have to wait before the mushrooms are ready?
Agyei : And do people buy mushrooms?
Agyei : So that means you are rich!
Agyei : This is all the time we have for now.
Agyei : You've heard how an interest in mushrooms grew into a profitable business for our guest, Mr. Bempa.
Contributed by Developing Countries Farm Radio Network partner, Kwabena Agyei, Program Director, Classic FM Radio, PO Box 28, Techiman, Brong Ahafo, Ghana.
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