Radio can be a vital tool to reach a wide audience. We use radio programmes to share lifesaving information with communities, and as a platform to encourage open discussions and feedback on a range of important topics. These tools and resources will enable you to use radio programming effectively.
3 July 2023
Community Engagement and Accountability in Drought Anticipatory Action
Organization:British Red Cross, Kenya Red Cross
A case study exploring how community engagement and accountability (CEA) activities, such as indaba participatory video, were ingrained in the Kenyan Red Cross’ anticipatory action against drought project.
7 March 2022
Breaking the silos in community-driven epidemic preparedness
Organization:Cameroon Red Cross, Croix-rouge du Congo, IFRC, Kenya Red Cross, Uganda Red Cross, US AID
A case study on IFRC’s Community Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness Program (CP3) which applies a model of community engagement and participation, engaging both national and local leaders and influencers to…
13 April 2020
The new coronavirus radio show guide and running order
This risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) guide can help you run an interactive radio chat show programme to provide communities with timely, accurate information about the new coronavirus.
1 April 2020
Engaging communities for behaviour change
This report produced by IFRC and Rwandan Red Cross investigates whether mobile cinemas and radio shows actually work in sensitising communities and influencing behaviour change in Rwanda. It also looks…
30 March 2020
Radio show review template
A radio show review template, which can be used to support your Community Engagement and Accountability activities related to radio programming.
30 March 2020
Content to add to your radio show
An example of the different kinds of content that can be used in a radio show, which can be used as part of your Community Engagement and Accountability initiatives.
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