FM radio stations are not employing professional journalists because they are expensive

Mr.  Mwesigye Ambrose Manager Life FM  Kabarole District One of the biggest challenges faced in trying to ensure better broadcasting for entrepreneurship development is employing  people who are not fully qualified because professionals are so expensive. However, we have tried to do on job training although not sufficient enough because of the limited resources. Life […]

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Agricultural Research Papers for sustainable agricultural production among Youth and Women Farmers in Rwenzori Region

Follow the link to read the papers below. http://www.naro.go.ug/UJAS/ujas-table%20of%20contents-june-2006.html Such research information can do a great job in helping youth and women farmers in sustainable agricultural production. FM radio journalists in Rwenzori Region should help disseminate the information since their media is the most widely accessed in the Region. Below are the research papers; 1. […]

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“NGO’s like ToroDev should help to teach and train our radio staff especially those who deal with entrepreneurship programs…” Nyakahuma Patrick.

Mr. Nyakahuma Patrick. Manager Better FM Kabarole District We face many challenges in Rural Broadcasting for Entrepreneurship Development ranging from the limited staff training and facilitation for entrepreneurship broadcasting. When selecting our workers the experiences is want we consider first and then the qualification, the managing director and program director are highly qualified in journalism […]

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July 2010 – July 2011 report from Projects, Research and Development Department

The department has achieved alot over the year, it has been the focal department in the implementation of  “The Broadcasting for Entreprenuership Development in the Rwenzori region” project which is supported by both Stem Van Afrika (SvA) and Toro Development Network (ToroDev). The projects goal is to ensure that rural small scale entreprenuers (women and […]

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Why this blog? And how can you participate!

ToroDev’s blog (www.torodev.blogspot.com) was created in 2011 to keep, strengthen and build a strong loyal internet community for entreprenuership development, advocacy, participation in budgetary processes and democracy especially in the rural areas of Uganda.  Entreprenuership Training in Kamwenge  The organisation has since July 2010 been implementing a project on Rural FM Radio Broadcasting […]

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