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InterWorld Radio small grants (August)

InterWorld Radio small grants

InterWorld Radio is offering a limited number of small
grants - up to a MAXIMUM OF USD 650 - to support radio
stations to produce programming around the subject of
poverty reduction.

The programme or short series must look at a local AND
international aspect of poverty or poverty reduction,
and include the voices of the public. We are especially
interested in the following topics: the gap between
rich and poor; banking systems and access to credit;
the cost of education and health; whether international
debt-relief initiatives and official poverty-reduction
initiatives are working on the ground.

Programmes must be aired by the end of November 2006.
We would especially like to receive proposals from
Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and
Mozambique.

Please send a brief outline (no more than 200 words) of
your proposed content, describing how the IWR small
grant will enhance your radio station's programming, to
Anna Egan (anna.egan@panos.org.uk) by 3 August 2006.