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Radio programming in the Sahel featured in article on new approaches to counter violent extremism

Equal Access’s work on the USAID funded Peace through Development (PDEV) program in Chad and Niger is featured in Daniel P. Aldrich’s article on new approaches to countering violent extremism. Our radio programming in the Sahel is noted as an effective method to achieving the spread of information to developing — and therefore more inaccessible — communities. Daniel references the USAID-published evaluation report of our radio programs’ impact on “strengthening moderate voices and improving information flow among citizens on peace and tolerance” to show the effectiveness of a tailored approach to using media.

Daniel’s article was presented at USAID’s Frontiers in Development Forum at Georgetown University in June 11-13, 2012.
Equal Access, implemented the media component of the USAID PDEV project, in collaboration with the Academy for Educational Development (AED), now FHI 360.

Equal Access’s work on the USAID funded Peace through Development (PDEV) program in Chad and Niger is featured in Daniel P. Aldrich’s article on new approaches to countering violent extremism. Our radio programming in the Sahel is noted as an effective method to achieving the spread of information to developing — and therefore more inaccessible — communities. Daniel references the USAID-published evaluation report of our radio programs’ impact on “strengthening moderate voices and improving information flow among citizens on peace and tolerance” to show the effectiveness of a tailored approach to using media.
Daniel’s article was presented at USAID’s Frontiers in Development Forum at Georgetown University in June 11-13, 2012.
Equal Access, implemented the media component of the USAID PDEV project, in collaboration with the Academy for Educational Development (AED), now FHI 360.
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