Sabal Samudaya is a radio program curated by Citizen HelpDesks with a primary purpose to reach out to a larger community and raise awareness based on safer migration. It is broadcasted through local radio stations in 4 districts namely Nuwakot, Dhading, Sindhupalchowk and Kavre. Although a new program is developed and played every fourth night, it is rebroadcasted every week. The content of the program is diverse and structured in such way that is more engaging and effective. It encompasses interviews, news and any developments on migration policies and bites and relevant stories extracted from the community meetings organized by frontline associates based in the above mentioned districts.
Including this, a central level short program is also issued from Kathmandu specifying specific information on migration. To listen to the radio programs from each districts please click the district name in the following table. To listen to the programs from Kathmandu, click the button below.
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