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.

  • Yall Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.12, February 2018: World Radio Day

    In this programme you will hear about the celebration of  the World Radio Day that was commemorated in Kabkabia, North Darfur.  


  • Yall Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.11, February 2018: A story of IDP woman in North Darfur

    In this programme you will hear a story of a woman who lives in an Internally Displaced Persons camp in North Darfur. Khadija Eissa 43 years old who is struggling to make some income to put her family together, her husband is blind and her children are still young. 

  • Voice of Children, Vol 2.10, February 2018: Darfuri girl: I want to be an architect (repeat)

    In this programme you will hear about the a Darfuri girl who has challenged the society taboo. Amira Abdurrahman, nine years old, a young girl from Zamzam IDP camp in North Darfur who is allowed by her family to pursue her ambition amid conservative society.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.9, February 2018: UN-AU Hybrid Operation in Darfur mandate

    This programme talks about UNAMID's mandate particularly looking at peacebuilding activities in  areas of  Darfur. It also talks about  efforts made to implement UNAMID's mandate, particularly in the area of  protection of civilians.

  • Yall Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.8, February 2018: Raising awareness on UXO and ERW

    This programme features UNAMID Ordnance Disposal Office activities in devising a risk education campaign materials aimed to reduce the risk of death and injury of people of Darfur from Un-exploded Ordnance (UXO) and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW).  

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.7, February 2018: Health care facilities for homeless people in West Darfur

    In this programme you will hear about health care facilities that have been funded by UNAMID through Quick Impact Projects to help homeless people of Darfur. The project uses mobile teams that go to sites in which homeless people receive medical services in West Darfur.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.6, February 2018: Culture of Darfur

    In this programme you will hear about the origin of the culture of Darfur that is derived from mix of all different customs, and religious beliefs of the different tribes of Darfur.

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.5, February 2018: Hakamas promote peace-building in Darfur

    In this programme you will hear about  Hakamas who traditionally chant songs encouraging their husbands and sons to fight in the frontlines who have been taught key messages of peace and stability in a day training session facilitated by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Commission (SDDRC), UNAMID and their implementing partner in South Darfur. 

  • Yalla Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.4, February 2018: Short stories to combat gender-based violence in Darfur

    In this programme you will hear about students of El Fasher University who creatively produce an educational kit and Short stories for youth to learn about the concept of gender and to raise awareness on gender equality. 

  • Yall Nebni Darfur, Vol 2.3, February 2018: Poverty makes children drop out of school

    In this programme you will hear about children in a remote area of Darfur who cannot continue their study due to poverty.