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Kids looking inside the window of Radio Salusí newsroom
Kids looking inside the window of Radio Salusí newsroom

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The first university / community radio station in Rwanda was officially inaugurated on 18 November 2005 in the Southern town of Butare, where the National University of Rwanda (NUR) is located.


Radio Salus, which is based on a student naming competition, broadcasts 16 hours a day primarily in the Kinya-rwandan language and has the potential to reach some two third of the Rwanda population. It was created by NUR under a UNESCO project funded by the European Commission.
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Keywords: Kids looking inside window of Radio Salusí newsroom
Photographer: Andrea Cairola
Copyright: © UNESCO/Andrea Cairola
Date: 16 November 2005
Place: Butare
Country: Rwanda
Website: [ link ]
Additional Categories: Community Media

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