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30 Jan 2013 description
report ActionAid, infoasaid
  1. Introduction

During the drought and famine that struck parts of the Horn of Africa in the first months of 2011, infoasaid and ActionAid launched an innovative communications project to support ActionAid’s emergency programmes in Isiolo, Kenya by improving communication with drought affected populations.

30 Jan 2013 description
  1. Introduction

“We are illiterate and we realize that information is a powerful tool. Though we are still illiterate now, I can say we are far better than before because of the radio programme.” (Male livestock trader, Lafaley) “We really benefited as a community (from these phones). You cannot imagine how such a small thing has helped us. You know, we are marginalized as we do not have a chief or a councillor. SC is now our saviour.” (Women’s group, Meygag)

30 Jan 2013 description
report World Vision, infoasaid
  1. Introduction

This report presents the findings of an infoasaid learning review conducted between 09 and 14 July 2012, which sought to examine the implementation and results of a 6-month infoasaid/World Vision Kenya (WVK) pilot accountability/communication project implemented in Taita Taveta County, Coast Province, Kenya from February - July 2012. It is hoped that the findings will enhance learning and support WVK to improve its communication with the drought-affected population of Taita Taveta and its on-going Protracted Relief and Rehabilitation Operation.

27 Jan 2012 description
report infoasaid

Infoasaid has helped Save the Children to improve its two-way communication with half a million drought-affected people in Northeast Kenya.

The project uses mobile telecommunications and community radio to establish new and faster channels of communication between the aid agency and remote rural communities.

It was launched in Wajir County, close to the Somali border, in the fourth quarter of 2011 and will run during the first six months of 2012.

30 Nov 2010 description
report infoasaid
  1. Introduction

Kenya has the most developed economy in East Africa and the most sophisticated media in the region.

There are dozens of private radio and TV stations. They broadcast mostly in English and Kiswahili. Some also broadcast in tribal languages.

Kenya’s mobile phone network covers 86% of the population. There are 20 million subscribers. Mobile phone usage is soaring as competition pushes call costs lower.