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Media Focus on Africa designs and produces locally contextualised media programmes for social change. Multi-media campaigns that simultaneously harness the potential of television, radio, print, mobile phones, and the Internet. These campaigns are combined with a strategy to strengthen the capacity of key actors who are able to influence the behaviour, beliefs and perceptions of the public at large.

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Public forums and trainings that bring together media practitioners, government representatives,civil society and the general public to discuss the role of the media in enhancing development.
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A drama series for social change: Building peace and reconciliation in Northern Uganda through film and dialogue
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We are supporting women running for MCA and Governor's positions in West Pokot, Mombasa, Trans Nzoia, Nyandarua, Kajiado, Kisumu, Narok and Nandi Counties.
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An initiative with the goal of promoting the critical role of traditional media in advancing and sustaining democratic governance in Kenya.
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In Kenya, as in most of Africa, women are usually not found in leadership positions.

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-8 new locations, 40 community dialogues, 16 CSO representatives, 52 radio shows, over 640 ambassadors of change-

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Media Focus on Africa has organized a media roundtable to discuss the role of journalism in Kenya’s democratic space.

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  • MFA   was   selected   among   over   1,300   grassroots   organizations   that   applied   for   the prestigious Intercultural Innovation Awar
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Our well written and well-acted drama series has scooped all the awards in the TV Drama category at the 2017 Uganda Film Festival.

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Out of the 14,523 candidates who were running for various positions in the August 8 general elections in Kenya, 1,358 were women.