Radio GPP FM Interviews Nutrition Training Instructors in Guinea


Cécile Ndiaye (right) speaks with two training participants.

In April 2017, SPRING/Guinea and Farm Radio International (FRI) led trainings in Mamou and Faranah for four local community radio stations on how to develop effective interactive radio programming to support the uptake of nutrition-sensitive agriculture practices being promoted under the Feed the Future Strengthening Market-Led Agricultural Research, Technology, and Education (SMARTE) activity, led by Winrock International. Participants included staff from RadioBambou and Radio Rurale of Faranah and Radio Rurale and Radio GPP of Mamou.

Radio GPP FM in Mamou interviewed Sébatien Nègre, one of the training instructors from Farm Radio International, and Cécile Ndiaye from the SMARTE project, about the objectives of the training and how radio can help improve nutrition in Guinea.