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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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A drama series for social change that is telling the story of young Kenyans of different ethnic background who need to work together to win the national tournament.
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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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21st November is World Television day. To Celebrate the day, we spoke to Investigative TV journalist John Allan About Kenya’s Shrinking Media Freedoms.

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Media Focus on Africa in collaboration with FIDA Kenya has conducted 4 trainings for women Member of County Assembly, popularly known as MCA, and gubernatorial aspirants in the

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Our team member Frenny Jowi, is Africa’s representative at The Global Breastfeeding Partners' Forum that is currently going on in Malaysia.

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Long winding queues under the hot sun, angry voters demanding for delayed ballot boxes, electoral officials put under extreme pressure from the public and the media.

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Without journalists, you probably wouldn’t know much about what happens beyond your neighbourhood.  You might miss out on important things happening in government such as decis

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One of the reasons behind the low number of women who vie for elective positions is the fact that women are not yet familiar with the opportunities to participate in county gov