A workshop aimed at training media personnel in sexual reproduction health information determination has commenced in Lusaka.
The workshop sponsored by the British Broadcasting Corporation-BBC Media Action in collaboration with an organization called RESTLESS DEVELOPMENT with funding from the Swedish Embassy has attracted twenty six participants.
Radio Mano staffer Mutale Musonda reports that only three media institutions in Zambia namely ZNBC, Mkushi radio and Radio Mano are taking part in the workshop.
On 28th February 2014, Radio Mano Community Station signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with BBC Media Action to undertake a project on the production of programmes for young people.
The project called ‘NATULANDE’ will involve the production of radio programmes on sexual reproductive health, training of radio Mano staff and will run for three years.