Issue no. 2  |  June 2015  |  www.cccomdev.org  ccc ico facebook white ccc ico twitter white ccc ico slideshare white
 
 

BOOSTING RESEARCH ON RURAL COMMUNICATION

GRI RC

As a result of the FCCM, a Global Research Initiative on Rural Communication has been launched by the Universities of Queensland, Los Baños, Reading, Wageningen and Guelph, together with FAO. 

Joint activities include research, but also curriculum development, training courses, internships and exchange visits.

Interested in joining? Read more! 

 

ComDev GuidelinesCommunication for Rural Development - Guidelines for Planning and Project Formulation

This document provides a practical orientation to managers and formulators of rural development projects, in order to ensure effective planning and implementation of ComDev activities throughout the project cycle. 

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cccomdev nletter community From the Community

SarahCardey

Bridging research with global advocacy for rural communication

As a member of the FCCM working group, I spent ten days at FAO as visiting scientist, to follow up on research activities and explore the contribution of communication to family farming, innovation and resilient livelihoods through a gender lens. Read more

sarawakMalaysian state workers to be trained on ComDev planning 

The Sarawak Development Institute will organize a 16-week blended training on Communication for Development (ComDev) planning this coming June to August 2015 for about 25 Malaysian development planners and project managers. Read more

infomediary1Youth & agriculture: the infomediary campaign in the Philippines 

To address the massive youth exodus from agricultural communities, the Infomediary Campaign in the Philippines engages young people to become infomediaries or information providers in their rice farming community. Read more

 
 

cccomdev nletter news ComDev news

 
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ROUTASIA: scaling up local knowledge

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The story of interactive radio in Africa

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Taller de CpD en la agricultura familiar

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