“It’s amazing the way people are coming together on our platforms,” said Fekeiki.
A mother wrote to VOA Swahili stating that she began “using treated mosquito nets after listening a drama play on VOA Swahili’s Je Nifanyeje program which dramatized the advantages of using treated nets especially for families with young children.
Several Afghan women were able to apply and receive business loans thanks to VOA’s Dari/Pashto radio show.
South Korean authorities are investigating after an RFA report exposes illegal produce.
VOA’s reporting and frequent requests for information brought the government to take further steps.
RFE/RL Kyrgyz service produced a video story about a very dedicated school teacher in remote village in northern Kyrgyzstan, who rides his horse for 10 kilometers every day to reach his school and makes the same way back after. Every day, Kenesh Shorukov wakes up before dawn and rides his horse across the rugged terrain of northern Kyrgyzstan. His goal: to get to class on time and set a positive example for his students.