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TADIO and Farm Radio International Forge Partnership for Community Development.

In a bid to enhance collaboration and synergy, Tanzania Development Information Organization (TADIO) recently hosted a productive working session with Farm Radio International. The meeting, held at the TADIO offices in Kinondoni, Dar es Salaam, aimed at fostering a closer relationship between the two organizations and exploring avenues for joint initiatives.

The gathering saw the esteemed presence of John Baptist, the chairman of TADIO, who warmly welcomed the delegation from Farm Radio International. Leading the delegation from Farm Radio International was Susuma Msikula, the Country Program Coordinator, accompanied by Joyce Masile, the Monitoring Evaluation Research and Learning Specialist, and Esther Mwangabula, the Country Radio and Training Officer.

TADIO, a prominent organization dedicated to providing development information in Tanzania, recognizes the potential for collaboration with Farm Radio International, an international non-profit organization committed to utilizing radio as a tool for empowering African farming communities.

During the session, both parties engaged in fruitful discussions regarding potential collaborative projects and strategies for working together effectively. The exchange of ideas and expertise between TADIO and Farm Radio International promises to yield innovative solutions for community development and empowerment.

Saum Bakari, the Project Officer from TADIO, also participated in the meeting, highlighting the organization’s commitment to fostering partnerships that drive positive change. The presence of key stakeholders from both sides underscored the significance of the collaboration and the shared commitment to leveraging radio as a medium for social impact.

Farm Radio International’s focus on utilizing radio to support African farming communities aligns seamlessly with TADIO’s mission of disseminating valuable information for development. By joining forces, the organizations aim to amplify their efforts in empowering communities, promoting agricultural practices, and fostering sustainable development across Tanzania.

As the partnership between TADIO and Farm Radio International continues to evolve, both organizations remain steadfast in their dedication to advancing the well-being of communities and contributing to positive change in Tanzania and beyond.

News by : Bakari Khalid