Issue no. 4  |  October 2015  |  www.cccomdev.org  ccc ico facebook white ccc ico twitter white ccc ico slideshare white
 
 

FORUM ON TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATION AND RURAL COMMUNICATION IN LATIN AMERICA

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From 12-13 November 2015, Brasilia will host a regional Forum on Territorial Development, Innovation and Rural Communication. It is an opportunity to discuss the role of rural communication and how to integrate it in family farming and rural development policies.

This is a follow-up to the international FCCM event (Rome, 2014) with a focus on the Latin American region.  Read more

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Practitioners trained to develop communication materials strategically

A training workshop on the “Design of Communication Strategy and Development and Production of Communication Materials” was held on September 15-17, 2015 in Bangladesh.  Read more 

 
 

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A gender focus to enable inclusive rural communication services

Rural Communication Services (RCS) is a relatively recent concept that refers to demand-driven and collaborative agricultural information and communication services. Special attention should be given to ensuring the equal participation of women farmers. Read more 

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Listening to the stories of African forest producers 

FAO partnered with the Kenya Community Media Network to involve community broadcasters in the production and distribution of radio interviews and farmer testimonials to raise awareness and stimulate dialogue about family forestry. Read more

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Evaluating the evidence base of RCS 

With the aim of increasing the body of literature, a group of leading universities in the field of rural communication has partnered with FAO to conduct a comparative analysis of evaluation studies and provide policy recommendations on Rural Communication Services (RCS). Read more 

 
 

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