Longitudinal study on CEMCA Facilitation of Community Radio in Bangladesh
CEMCA has been playing a catalytic role in preparation of different organisations across Bangladesh for initiating and fostering the Community Radio movement in Bangladesh through training and awareness building in collaboration with local nodal agencies. Rupantar (a development organisation contributing to mainstream development processes, using theatre and other local popular forms in Bangladesh) was identified as the lead partner in 2009 and has collaborated with CEMCA in coordinating the organsations in Bangladesh.
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Chanda, Ipshita (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2011)CEMCA has been playing a catalytic role in preparation of different organisations across Bangladesh for initiating and fostering the Community Radio movement in Bangladesh through training and awareness building in ...
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