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Community Broadcasting Library set up in every community radio station in Bangladesh

The community broadcasting library is being set up as an essential part of 16 community radio station in Bangladesh. Around 1000 rural broadcasters are directly benefited from the library. Each library acts as a knowledge center to radio practitioners, development activists volunteers and the community people around the station areas with support from European Union, Free Press Unlimited and Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC). The will help their community broadcasters, trainers and volunteers to gain more knowledge and skill. As home-based knowledge source the library contributes in improving the existing management and program production quality of radio managers and producers…

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The 16th Community Radio Station in Bangladesh, Community Radio SagarDwip 99.2, to broadcast Programs Officially

Hatiya, a small island, situated in the mouth of the river Meghna and the coast of Bay of Bengal under Noakhali District. It is known as a disaster-prone Upazila with unprivileged community. The people of the Upazila are living with natural disaster and adverse environment. River erosion, tornado, storm, cyclone make their daily life immeasurable. Lack of education, malnutrition, unemployment, laps and gaps of knowledge flow and insufficient power supply situation deprive the communities from modern facilities. Life and livelihood of four and half millions people are insecure here due to poor transportation, communication system and lack of information technology…

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CR-CIT – Bangladesh edition (Bengali Version) released

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Bangladesh edition (Bengali) of the Community Radio Continuous Improvement Toolkit (CRCIT) developed by the UNESCO Chair on Community Media with the support of Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA). The Bangladesh version emerged through a participatory process of validation and adaptation in which all community radio stations in the country participated.  The Bangladesh edition is published by the Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) with the support of European Union, Free Press Unlimited, and Commonwealth of Learning/CEMCA. Click here for the Bengali version of CR-CIT.