Community radio is the communication lifeblood of the Eastern DRC, although the stations are also the victims of the political instability that creates knowledge gaps between rural and urban journalists. Many journalists are poorly trained, especially in new information and communication technologies.
This project trained journalists in digital technologies, exchanging information and work experiences among themselves; organized technical exchange visits between community radio stations; and made expertise more widely available in order to mentor young journalists. The project also trained four young journalists in community radio reporting over a period of four months. It served to reinforce South Kivu’s network of community radio and television stations.
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