The appeal will focus on how simple tools, like radio, can keep education going in war-torn countries like South Sudan. Education doesn’t have to end when conflict begins. Africa Educational Trust’s Radio Schools bring skills and knowledge to people who missed out on formal school.
Africa Educational Trust is very proud to be working with Fi Glover.
Fi is a multi-award winning BBC broadcaster and writer, both on radio and TV. She is one of UK’s best known radio voices and was voted the 9th Most Powerful Voice on Radio in Radio Times 2010. Since 2011 she has been presenting The Listening Project on Radio 4, an ambitious oral history project, run by the BBC in partnership with the British Library which is now in its 4th year.
Among her many accomplishments, Fi was also on the board of Sound Women, a group that championed, mentored and raised issues for women in audio.
In recognition for her outstanding contribution to the radio industry, Fi was made a Fellow of the Radio Academy.
“I am absolutely thrilled to support the work of Africa Educational Trust, because they use that simple power of radio to harness such an important thing – Education!”
Radio lessons are a low-cost, low-profile way to provide education. This makes them perfect to reach vast numbers of people, what ever their circumstances.
Civil war continues to disrupt people’s lives in South Sudan. Africa Educational Trust works to ensure that education doesn’t have to end when conflict begins. We continue to support people in acquiring the skills and knowledge they need to improve their lives.