"If you like something there is a seed and there are no seeds without fruit. So if you like something, investigate it and let it grow" - Zizipho Ndevu (CRF youth journalist) sharing her thoughts from this morning's sessions. This morning we've had the opportunity to engage with some of the key forum speakers and sit in the presence of Graca Machel (PMNCH Chair), Cyril Ramaphosa (SA Deputy President), Margret Chan (Director- General WHO) and Amina Mohammed (UN Special Advisor on...
The CRF young reporters attended the "A common thread: reaching every woman and every newborn" reception and had the opportunity to interview Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Dr. Pakishe Aaron Motsoaledi
CRF youth visit the Alexander Clinic and interview general public and Sister Ellen on issues pertaining to maternal and child health care within the community of Alexander.
CRF Tanzania team visiting the Alex FM studios for a tour and sharing their knowledge on maternal, newborn and child health with the rest of the young reporters from Alex FM. The "Bigger than life" young reporters broadcast their weekly shows on Saturdays 09h00- 10h00 and based on the skills and topic sharing taking place now, they will soon be broadcasting a show related to maternal, newborn and child health!
Today kicked off the first day of the Children's Radio Foundation's preparation for the upcoming PMNCH / 2014 Partners Forum which we'll be covering! We had the opportunity to unpack the layered issue of maternal, newborn and child health with expert advise from Dr Andres de Francisco (Deputy Executive Director of the PMNCH and Coordinator of Technical Work), Marriette (UNICEF) and Marta (WHO). We also has the opportunity to exchange experiences, ideas and thoughts with senior yout...
After attending a discussion on whether condoms encourage young people to have sex more often at the 2013 International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA), Children's radio Foundation Youth Reporter Masinga caught up with a a youth delegate to find out what her answer is to this questions.
Patience is a sex worker from Zimbabwe. She shared some of the challenges sex workers face in protecting themselves against HIV and STIs as well as the problems they face when seeking treatment with Children's Radio Foundation Youth Reporter Yoliswa.
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