In the Central African Republic, you don’t have access to a television or newspapers, but you do have a shortwave radio.
Known as “the people’s radio station,” we operate a shortwave and FM radio station, broadcasting local information in the local language. With the lack of television and mail service, radio is the most efficient way to reach those living in the CAR.
There are an estimated 100,000 listeners each day, listening to broadcasts about:
– weather updates
– public health initiatives
– hygiene lessons
– national news coverage
– the love of Jesus
Fun fact! Our most popular program, Bon Weekend, allows people to call in and greet others across the country!