Burkina Faso is a poor country, even by the standards of West Africa. It is landlocked and suffers from recurring drought. For a country in which 90% of the population is illiterate and uses only the oral tradition, it is impossible to exaggerate the value of radio. It has an important impact at every level of society, from peasant farmers, women and men, to young people and even children. Radio is a vital means of communication in rural Africa.
in mission, evangelism and reconciliation in all communities where social injustice prevails.
for better health care, formal and non-formal education and a better environment.
human rights for children, women, justice and peace, good governance and democracy.
Daniel Narcisse Kambou is the Chief Executive Officer.
Mrs Hien Ivonne Kambou is the secretary and cashier.
Hollo Da is a technician.