Rezo Fanm Radyo Kominote Ayisyen (REFRAKA) is the Women’s Community Radio Network of Haiti. Since the devastating earthquake that destroyed its headquarters, REFRAKA has recovered, again trains and empowers women broadcasters, and distributes broadcasts with music, news, and life-saving information through community radios across the country.

Featured guests/speakers:

Imedien Eluis, Lise Marie DeJean, Marie Guerlaine Justin, Maria Suarez, Mona Lisa Delva, Marie-Mona Mesidor, Nora Irma Morales de Cortias. Narrator: Frieda Werden. Unnamed BBC reporter.

Credits:

Producers: Frieda Werden, Jana Juniper Gee, and Bea Bernhausen

Content excerpted from Refraka Magazin.

Additional content: Feminist International Radio Endeavour, Haiti Grassroots Watch, AMARC, The Society For the Animation of Social Communications, the BBC.

Additional source: Beverly Bell.

Translations from Krayol by Mona Lisa Delva, Marie-Mona Mesidor, and Inotte Delva.

Translation from French by Cecile Weil.

 

ON WINGS | May 31, 2014 | 2:30 pm

Women’s Community Radio in Haiti

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Rezo Fanm Radyo Kominote Ayisyen (REFRAKA) is the Women’s Community Radio Network of Haiti. Since the devastating earthquake that destroyed its headquarters, REFRAKA has recovered, again trains and empowers women broadcasters, and distributes broadcasts with music, news, and life-saving information through community radios across the country.

Featured guests/speakers:

Imedien Eluis, Lise Marie DeJean, Marie Guerlaine Justin, Maria Suarez, Mona Lisa Delva, Marie-Mona Mesidor, Nora Irma Morales de Cortias. Narrator: Frieda Werden. Unnamed BBC reporter.

Credits:

Producers: Frieda Werden, Jana Juniper Gee, and Bea Bernhausen

Content excerpted from Refraka Magazin.

Additional content: Feminist International Radio Endeavour, Haiti Grassroots Watch, AMARC, The Society For the Animation of Social Communications, the BBC.

Additional source: Beverly Bell.

Translations from Krayol by Mona Lisa Delva, Marie-Mona Mesidor, and Inotte Delva.

Translation from French by Cecile Weil.

 

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