Banana Fertilizer Campaign

TRAC FM in partnership with NARO and Wageningen University ran a 2 poll question campaign on Radio west in Mbarara and Voice of Kamwenge in Kamwenge to inform and engage radio listeners on the use of fertilizers in banana plantations

Wottazela 7.0 - Powered by TRAC FM in Bundibugyo District

Wottazela 7.0 under the WASH FIRST programme will help raise awareness In Bundibugyo district on reducing exposure to COVID-19 at home and in communities. 4 poll questions will ran on UBC radio with each poll expected to attract 1,000 responses.

Wottazela 6.0 - Powered by TRAC FM in Agago District

Wottazela 6.0 is a radio campaign that informs and engages citizens of Agago district in Uganda in public debate on their priorities on water and sanitation. Through radio polls, this campaign collects views from thousands of radio listeners and presents them to policy makers.

Voices of Nepal - "Samudayik Awaaz"

TRAC FM is reaching into Asia for the first time! We are excited to work with Simavi on a WASH and Covid-19 related campaign in two remote regions of Nepal.

The Transitional Justice Media Campaign

In February 2019, different stakeholders in the TJ fraternity held a stakeholders’ dialogue in which they discussed strategies to promote the implementation of the National Transitional Justice policy. Participants recommended that Members of Parliament should consult their constituents about their expectations towards the NTJ policy

TRAC FM powers Watershed programme with HEWASA and IRC

Wottazela 5.0 was launched under the Watershed programme with support of HEWASA and IRC. The goal of this interactive radio campaign  was soliciting community voices into priority setting for the 2020/21 Budgeting Process in regards to water, environment and sanitation. 

Voices of Change - A deeper understanding of TRAC FM's methodology

The Voices of Change campaign will bring on a national debate on citizens perspectives of democracy in the run-up to the 2021 general elections in Uganda. At the same time TRAC FM will research how these radio programs affect citizens and communities.
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Valerie Amos UN OCHA highlights Trac FM in speech

 "To be effective we must listen to people (...) using for example TRAC FM to conduct country-wide citizen centred interactive radio polls."

Valerie Amos, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, About TRAC FM, Speech at Canadian Humanitarian Conference, 5 December 2015