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In rural Kenya in the mid-1990s, Rael Odengo had no running water, but the teen had a radio. The Youth Variety Show was her only way to get family planning information. Now, at CCP, she creates the kind of programs that shaped her youth.
Entertainment education (EE) is an approach to social and behavior change communication (SBCC) where health and social messages are purposefully incorporated into entertaining programming. Today we’re celebrating radio, one of the most popular and powerful EE mediums. Radio remains one of the most accessed platforms
Rimikka Khadka, Tulasha Shrestha and Bhola Hamal all agree on one thing: they are ardent fans of the Bhanchhin Aama radio program. “[After] hearing this radio program I went for regular checkups and also took my iron tablets regularly,” said Rimikka Khadka of Sindhupalchok, Duskun-2. For Tulasha
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