Participatory Media & Technology
Making media accessible and participatory is at the heart of everything we do at EAI. Since our first broadcasts on satellite radio to community groups in Nepal in the early 2000s, we have strived to use media and technology in a way that engages and involves entire populations. Whether training youth and women to lead our community reporter networks, launching an interactive TV/radio series to tackle violent extremism, or gathering feedback on how to address intimate partner violence through lively social media and interactive voice response (IVR) platforms – we are constantly innovating to ensure our content is creative, appropriate, and, above all, inclusive. We work to create technology and social media initiatives that ensure our partner communities have access to tools needed to be effective leaders and change agents by bridging the digital divide through tech camps, hackathons, and other creative capacity building programming.
Nepal: 18minus Campaign
OURmindaNOW: Alternative Messaging Hub in Mindanao, Philippines
Tech4Families: Addressing the gender digital divide
Voices for Peace (V4P)
Money Smart: how Cambodian soap operas are bringing financial literacy to a new generation
Boprek dreams of becoming a lawyer, but her family’s poverty makes her dreams seem impossible...
Research & Resources
This valuable resource for communication for development practitioners aims to incite discussions on what it means to deepen communication for action and promote positive social change.
Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Laos, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Past Countries, Philippines, Sahel, Yemen, Building Peace & Transforming Extremism, Championing Gender Equality & Women’s Empowerment, Governance & Civic Engagement, Participatory Media & Technology, Research & Learning
The advantages and limits of a “Full-Spectrum” approach to communication for development (C4D)
Social norms increasingly are the focus of intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention strategies. This study assesses the effect of a new measure of social norms, the Partner Violence Norms Scale, on women's risk of IPV, in Nepal.
Social norms and women’s risk of intimate partner violence in Nepal
Assessing conflict drivers and reframing radicalization in Northern Nigeria
How a woman in Niger is helping to build peace in her neighborhood
This is a story about a Ni Ima. Ni Ima lives in a neighborhood in Niamey, the capital city of Niger...