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MACS is also working close with community radio in Tanzania in its Sauti Yangu project.

A: Loliondo FM is a local radio whose establishment was supported by UNESCO through the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) and the United Nations Developmnt Assistance Plan (UNDAP) in 2010. The radio is located in the Loliondo division in Ngorongoro district.

B: Dodoma FM: Dodoma is a Local Radio with an editorial policy oriented towards community radio programming. The radio was established in 2010 and obtained its broadcasting license in March 2012.

C: Mazingira FM Stereo is a Community Radio station based in Salama Kati Village, Bunda District Tanzania. The Radio is owned by a local non-profit NGO named “Mazingira Community Development Forum” (Mazingira) which is located in Tanzania Bunda District in Mara region. The Radio transmitted programs are a base to educate the community.

D: Voice of Africa (VOA) is the only radio station in Korogwe, Tanga. VOA is deidace it’s program for community, which can be heard through a frequency of 98.5 MHz.

E: Planet Fm Radio which is based in Morogoro region.

F: Jamii Fm is a community radio based in Mtwara region, which was launched in September 2016 for the purpose of giving community members, particularly from rural areas, access to information and means of communication. The programmes are basically focused on issues that directly or indirectly reflect community livelihood, including people with special needs.

MACS would like to welcome more partners in its different unique project so as to make voices be heard.

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