This programme focuses on gender and youth issues. Here children and youths are themselves producers and presenters. They are trained in all kinds of electronic media work leading to this production. They go into the field, gather content, compile, script, produce and present with the supervision of our radio and drama producers and trainers. The programme targets sensitive issues like education and livelihood. Gender based violence issues are also central here. The programme is aired twice weekly for 30 minutes on 45 Monrovia and rural community radio partners. Each programme uses a storyline to address child protection, women, children, and youth rights and other issues of concern to children, families and policy makers.
This is a drama series based on daily life activities in Liberia. Issues are researched, explored and introduced on this program with the aim of creating the space for national reconciliation. This program receives a twice weekly 15 minute slot; the characters address situations and challenges facing Liberians around the country as they rebuild their lives and work to maintain the peace. This is a virtual social re-integration based soap opera addressing national reconciliation and transition.
This is a live outdoor Interactive Talk Show. For the first time in the Liberian Media Landscape, people have the opportunity to speak to their leaders, especially policy makers, about policies that affect their lives. The people and their leaders meet face-to-face in town halls or just simply open air and impromptu gatherings, and are given the chance to exchange views on critical national and community issues. Deliberations from the forums are recorded and produced on radio and TV weekly.
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY
is an LMDI program designed to provide opportunities for communities to talk about issues of democracy, good governance and development. Reporters and producers take to the field in search of voices that matter on peacebuilding, governance, the living conditions of people and national reconciliation. National government policies are scrutinized by people most affected by them, thus suggesting possible solutions to their leaders to consider.