Radio Education

Topic(s)
Emergency - Health
Alternative Education - Distance Education
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Project Brief

Coronavirus prevention campaign through Community Radios in Bangladesh

Published
English
Bengali

Eighteen Bangladeshi Community Radio Broadcasters have started broadcasting program on Coronavirus Education for the rural people about the virus and the precautionary measures needed to escape the infection for making aware since March 01, 2020.

Case Study

Advancing Youth Project: Interactive Audio Instruction Program in Liberia

Published by
Education Development Center (EDC)
Published
English

In 2014, an outbreak of the Ebola virus in Liberia caused daily life to grind to a halt. People lived in quarantine for months. Schools closed. In response to this health crisis, EDC’s USAID Advancing Youth Project adapted a set of literacy and numeracy interactive audio instruction lessons for radio broadcast.

Report

Rapid Evidence Summary on Mass Communication

Published by
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Published
English

The impact of mass media interventions (including radio) is mixed. Systematic review evidence points to small to medium impacts on knowledge outcomes and reduction of a limited set of high-risk behaviors. The systematic literature focuses on health multi-component interventions often implemented in low to middle-income settings.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Expanding Access to Early Childhood Development using Interactive Audio Instruction

Published by
Education Development Center (EDC)
World Bank
Published
English

This document provides guidance for program and managers who may be interested in using IAI for early childhood development programming. it provides solid evidence for the viability of the IAI approach and outlines the process for designing and implementing an IAI program specifically for early childhood contexts.

Report

Delivering Distance Learning in Emergencies: A Literature Review

Published by
US Agency for International Development (USAID)
Published
English

The purpose of this review, produced by USAID's Data and Evidence in Education Programs (DEEP) activity, is to provide evidence on four effective distance learning modalities that can be implemented in USAID-recipient countries during and beyond emergencies.