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UNAMID Radio Unit has been broadcasting its radio programmes around Darfur since July 2011.Two of its flagship programmes are the Voice of Children; a weekly magazine style radio programme that is produced and presented by children aged 9 to 15 years old, and Yala Nebni Darfur (Lets Build Darfur); one-hour-magazine style radio programme focusing on themes related to UNAMID mandate. Both of these radio programmes are broadcast on radio Al Salaam 98.0 FM in Khartoum and 7.2MHz, 41 Meter Band SW in Darfur every day from 08:30 to 09:30 and from 14:00 to 15:00.

The radio unit has recently launched its new magazine programme, UNAMID Today, a 30 minute radio programme that highlights the Mission’s activities and human interest stories in Darfur. The programme is broadcast  on El Fasher radio, 95 FM and 801 AM every day from 9:30 to 10:00. 

The radio programmes are broadcast in Arabic.

  • Voice of Children, Vol 2.12, March 2018: Early Morning programme at Abu Shouk school

    In this programme you will hear about the early morning programme at Abu shouk school. The programme at Abu Shouk school provides a chance for students to share their talents with others prior to the start of the regular school day.

  • Yall Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.11, March 2018: Health consequences of child marriage in Darfur

    In this programme you will hear about health consequences of child marriage in Darfur. Despite international agreements and national laws, marriage of girls  under 18 years of age is common in Darfur, it has affected hundreds of girls.  Child marriage is a human rights violation that prevents girls from obtaining an education, enjoying optimal health.

  • Yall Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.10, February 2018: Darfuri girl - Steps to a healthy pregnancy

    In this programme you will hear about steps to be taken by Darfuri women during pregnancy,  it provides evidence-based population health advice for pregnant women on healthy diet and being physically active.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.9, March 2018: Fashion designer from Darfur

    This programme talks about Nagla Abdullah, a Darfuri woman who designs dresses by selecting a fabric, style, collar and buttons. Fashion design is the art of applying design, aesthetics and natural beauty to clothing and its accessories.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.8, March 2018: Volunteer work in Darfur by Ayat Abdul-Aziz

    This programme features volunteer work by Ayat Abdul-Aziz, a youth from Darfur, she  plays an important role contributing to the production economic output, particularly in non-profit sector, and also to community particularly women and youth.  

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.7, March 2018: Obstacles preventing children from access to education

    In this programme you will hear about a campaign about the importance of accessing education in Darfur, although  in theory it is compulsory, the reality is quite different. Children often fail to attend or finish studying usually due to poverty, instability and lack of security. Girls, in particular, face many obstacles preventing them from accessing education. 

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.6, March 2018: Fighting female genital mutilations in Darfur

    In this programme you will hear a story about campaign to fight Female Genital Mutilations (FGM) in Darfur. The campaign organized by a network of civil society organizations in Elfasher, has been ramping up recently in its fight against FGM as practice, with extensive media outreach, opening a new dialogue on this issue in Darfur.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.5, March 2018: Gender-based violence awareness campaign

    In this programme you will hear about raising awareness campaign on Violence Against Women and Girls, which is one of the most prevalent human rights violations in the world. It knows no social, economic or national boundaries. In Darfur, UNAMID has recently organized awareness campaign to fight violence against women.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.4, March 2018: Women's struggle to fight harmful practices

    In this programme you will hear about women's struggle to fight harmful health practices, there are several traditional health practices that affect children and cause permanent disability in Darfur.

     

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.3, March 2018: Feeding the children campaign

    In this programme you will hear about a programme organized by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International to help increase the nutrition intake for children of North Darfur. The programme was conceived because of the catastrophic nutritional situation in Darfur, MSF started blanket-feeding-distribution for children under the age of five years old at  Shangile Tobaya IDP Camp, North Darfur, so that the children can receive medically monitored feedings with special high-nutrition milk to build up their metabolisms.  

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