Over the past three years, Kenya has witnessed a level of free press unknown in its history. Radios are needed, especially for women and children, to ensure that they know their rights and can continue to influence good governance and environmental policies.
Radio programs are aired on local stations to encourage communities to engage in participatory governance, advocate for and know their community rights, and strengthen local pro-democracy networks. Several thousand radios are needed.
By having sustained access to information, Kenyans will be able to follow their government's activities. This knowledge will ensure that they can demand continued good governance, civil rights, and sound policies.
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