27 University Radio Interns Commence Field Attachment Under the Farmer Voice Radio Project

A total of 27 university radio interns (URIs) commenced their internship under the Farmer Voice Radio (FVR) Project from 14th February 2011. These interns were deployed to 17 districts in Central, Western, Nyanza, Coast and Eastern provinces in Kenya. Others were deployed to various radio stations such as KBC, Pwani FM and the project country office in Nairobi. This followed a successful one week training and orientation programme held from Monday January 31, 2011 to Friday February 4, 2011 in JKUAT Audio Visual Room.

The students were drawn from the departments of horticulture, Biomechanical and Environmental Engineering Department, Food science and Technology and physics Departments respectively. The purpose was to familiarize the URIs with FVR and its operations enlighten them on what they are expected to do during their period of attachment, and motivate and mentor the URIs before been deployed to the various locations. Read more…

2 thoughts on “27 University Radio Interns Commence Field Attachment Under the Farmer Voice Radio Project

  • October 26, 2012 at 7:58 am
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    My name is Owino Collins Ochieng’. I hereby applying for attachment during the holiday thus between jannuary to April.
    Iam a third year student at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology(JKUAT), undertaking Bachelor of science in Animal Health,Production and Processing.My contact 0727840397.Your consideration will be highly regarded.

  • May 30, 2011 at 11:09 am
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    May internship was the greatest as it has improved in all sectors starting from trainin methods to training technics .Thanx to J.Macharia and J Mbugua for your time and dedication

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