Team "Stop FGM Save Our Future" first Summer Show at Radio Dengola. Guests include Helena K. Ben- health worker, Kelly Bryent- Community College Student, Blessings Smith - Federation of Liberian…
Abdihakin Abdullahi Gamadiid, a journalist working for Universal TV based in Jijiga Office interviews a mother Fardawsa who has laid down the knife after receiving awareness from GMC-trained journalists in the Somali regional state of Ethiopia.
Powerful, shocking, and devastating stories of seven young girls, that have all undergone FGM, Putland, Somalia. This programme, funded by GMC, was broadcasted on Sahan Radio Garowe and was heard in Nugal districts, and also shared across social media.
I hosted a 20mins TV Show covering the topic of FGM, Early Marriage, and Child Abuse. I engaged a religious leader, a Traditional leader, and a Single mother activist.
We organised a time with independent television and radio for a session where I spoke on factors affecting the African child and we played our emphasis on female genital mutilation and how it affects the girl child but also the boy child indirectly and we also deliberated on possible solutions, we had over 3 million listeners.
Replacing the Bondo Bush with "School is a project" funded by BMZ and PfefferminzGreen through Amazonian Initiative Movement(AIM).
The media campaign series was a one-month radio sensitization programme held from 8th June 2022 to 29th June 2022 at 7:30 pm every Wednesday.
The Broadcasting Corporation OSBC radio 104.5 FM ran a radio show where Mr. Ademola Adebisi an FGM/ Gender Based Activist (Executive Director, Value Reorientation for Community Enhancement), Olorunfemi Bukola Emilola an FGM survival and a Child rights Advocate and Imam Alimi Muideen Olatunde were the guests, The programme was anchored by Mrs. Olusola Ayesebolatan Marcus an OAP.
For the media project, I renewed my already made end FGM English jingle and engaged more than 20,000,000 people for one hour on Fresh FM.
The Day of the African Child has been celebrated on June 16 every year since 1991, when it was first initiated by the Organization of African unity (OAU). The celebration is in honor of those who participated in the Soweto uprising in 1976. It is also to raise awareness of the continuous need for improvement of the education provided to African Children.