ComDev Asia Newsletter No.4 - February 2016

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Februrary 13th is World Radio Day


Radyo Natin-Guimba serves as model for community radio

kodaoprod RadyoNatin GuimbaOne of the most successful and dynamic radio stations in the country, Radyo Nation-Guimba (RNG) expressed support for Kodao Productions' ongoing women-led disaster risk reduction community radio station project in Eastern Visayas, Philippines, with assurances of technical support and competencies. Read more...


First community radio set up in Bhutan

BhutanCRThe first Community Radio station in Bhutan has been installed in the Dechen-pelri community under Sarpang Dzongkhag. The station was formally set up on December 3, 2015 with technical guidance from NOMAD, India. Read more...



Emergency radio in India happens at last

CuddaloreRadioFollowing the floods that hit Tamil Nadu, India, in November 2015, it was decided that a radio station would cater to immediate needs in times of disaster. The Cuddalore district was one of the areas most severely affected, and it was here that efforts began to establish an emergency response radio station. Read more...





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Community-based rehabilitation and reconstruction through ARRNet

arrnetFrom an emergency radio network established weeks after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, the Aceh Nias Reconstruction Radio Network (AARNet) in Indonesia has grown to include 46 community radio stations in Aceh and North Sumatra commtted to community-based rehabilitation and reconstruction. Read more...



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