Community Radio Provides Elderly a Platform to Have Their Voices Heard in rural Macha, Zambia
AbstractPreservation of (African) Intangible Cultural Heritage is an important part of healthy and sustainable progress of rural communities in Africa. Experience at Vision Community Radio Macha indicates that radio provides a platform for dissemination of cultural knowledge and wisdom in a community that operates mainly in primary orality.
The most popular program at Radio Macha is one for which elderly people have organized themselves to facilitate a discussion program on culture. The program provides a beacon for identity in a community in flux in a fast changing world.
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