More sensitization is needed on benefits of information and knowledge sharing

Mr Bamanyisa Patrick Black Program manager Voice of Toro   Kabarole district It’s unfortunate I attended only one workshop of ToroDev to train journalist on broadcasting for business development. A lot was achieved, ideas were shared, information exchanged and yes I appreciate you for the good work, however more and more trainings are needed for […]

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“I have been invited on Kyenjojo FM to speak on air at no cost…” Ahebwa Willam

Mr. Ahebwa Willam Fruits farmer Kakabara Sub County, Kyegegwa District I attended all the workshops of ToroDev on Rural FM Radio Broadcasting for Entrepreneurship Development and I am a leader of the Kyegegwa District Radio Listenership Club, I have gained a lot from all the trainings I attended because my fruit market has expanded. I […]

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“Now I listen to farmers programs on radio…” Musana Samuel – Youth Farmer

Mr. Musana Samuel. Busoro Subcounty, Kabarole District Poultry keeper and farmer I appreciate ToroDev for all the trainings they provided to me on Rural FM Radio Broadcasting for Entreprenuership Development, out of the training and workshops I attended, I was able to learn a lot especially on how to market my products on different radio […]

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Rural Woman maize farmer Embracing ICTs to market her produce

On Thursday 4th August, 2011 Toro Development Network (ToroDev) Staff had a tiresome but rather fruitful journey to the pre-dominantly maize growing areas of Kamwenge District in Western Uganda. The reason was to asses’ progress of ToroDev’s in Partnership with Stem van Afrika interventions in Rural FM radio broadcasting for Entrepreneurship Development in the Rwenzori […]

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