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AmplifyChange launches first podcast series

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new AmplifyChange Podcast.

Our first podcast series is a source of knowledge and information for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) activists, expanding on the topics of the AmplifyChange Learn How to Guides.

The weekly six-part series features grantee guests from around the world talking about topical issues including fundraising, building networks and using media for change.

Your host for the podcast is AmplifyChange Technical Performance Manager, Halima Zaid. Join Halima to hear insights from specially selected guests as they share their experience and top tips on what has worked for them and their organisations in SRHR advocacy.

Each episode is around 30 minutes long. You can listen and subscribe now by using the media player below or by searching for AmplifyChange on all popular podcast services.

The first episode in the series is Money, Money, Money part 1: How to ensure that your funding applications have the best chance of success.

The guests for this episode are Jacqueline Carine Samuels, Executive Director of Covenant Foundation for Girls (COFGIRLS), a local non governmental organisation focused on preventing female genital mutilation (FGM), child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) and rape in Liberia; and Tawina Jane Kopa-Kamanga, Founder and Director of Teams Advancing Women in Agriculture (TAWINA), an indigenous Malawian organisation led by young women and girls. Alongside the podcasts, most of the guests in the series have authored a How to Guide on AmplifyChange Learn. Take a look around the website now to find more materials to help improve your work.

Please listen in; we’d love to know what you think!

External link: Click here to visit our podcast site and listen in!


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