Radio Guruna in Northeastern Ghana has lost its broadcasting tower to a climate disaster and is fundraising to get about $1,000 US to replace it with a cheaper one. In this interview, recorded at a radio conference in Argentina, Lydia Ajono describes many ways in which the station has benefited and engaged with its surrounding community, helping with big issues like climate change, agricultural conditions, health, employment, empowering girls and youth, and resolving inter-tribal conflict. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info if you want to donate
Recording by Frieda Werden; editing by Preeti Shekar and Frieda Werden.
Original interview conducted in 2010 at the AMARC conference in La Plata, Argentina. Updated to 2023.