Community participation is ensured by taking regular feedback as well as addressing the community problems. Radio JIMS @90.4 MHz provides opportunity of reaching to the community by giving voice to the voiceless. Community members have been identified to work as volunteers to advocate on issues of social concern. They are made aware about Government programmes, schemes and the services available in their vicinity...
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Primary contact: Dr (Cdr) Satish Seth
JIMS Raaga, New Delhi, Delhi
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Community participation is ensured by taking regular feedback as well as addressing the community problems. Radio JIMS @90.4 MHz provides opportunity of reaching to the community by giving voice to the voiceless. Community members have been identified to work as volunteers to advocate on issues of social concern. They are made aware about Government programmes, schemes and the services available in their vicinity. There have been a number of success stories. Many have been empowered, thanks to Radio JIMS. Community Radio provides a forum for continuous dialogue with the community. Capacity building initiatives for script writing for comperes are regularly done.
Community members from the nearby slums of Mahipalpur, Masoodpur, Raangpuri Pahari and surrounding areas are active participants engaged in programming and production activities of the CR. The interactive nature of our programme makes it a powerful medium for education and development in the region.
Besides, we also work with local community groups including NGOs and school in local areas within the radius of 5 kilometres whose voices and concerns are given a patient hearing. Community participation is ensured by taking regular feedback on current issues and problems faced by the community.
The signature programme is called Maansha. It is one hour programme which not only talks about empowering women but also making them socially, politically, economically and legally aware about issues related to them. Special focus is given towards addressing problems faced by women and adolescent girls and boys and is aired twice a week. Five girls from the community have been identified and trained to develop scripts on problems faced by young people. A number of women who had never stepped out of their four-walls have now got a voice. Problems faced by community are being regularly addressed through interview and discussion based programmes.
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