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SLBC MEDIA SUPPORT TO CRC. 9 th April 2014. Introduction. Scope The scope of media work will cover a period of seven months commencing April 22 nd 2014 and ending November 22 nd 2014. The geographical coverage will be national - covering the entire country. Introduction.

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Slbc media support to crc

SLBC MEDIA SUPPORT TO CRC

9th April 2014


Introduction

Introduction

  • Scope

  • The scope of media work will cover a period of seven months commencing April 22nd 2014 and ending November 22nd 2014. The geographical coverage will be national - covering the entire country.


Introduction1

Introduction

  • Objectives:The overall objective of the proposed project is to support the engagement of the public in the Constitutional Review Committee’s (CRC) work.

  • The Specific Objectives are:

  • to provide increase media coverage on the activities of the CRC;

  • to increase women participation in the constitutional review process;

  • to increase youth engagement in the constitutional review process

  • to include disability issues in the constitutional review process

  • to provide feedback on the CRC through media programmes


Partners

Partners

The SLBC will partner with :

  • Jamcast Productions for producing dramas, jingles, spots messages and theme song

  • 15 community radio stations to provide airtime for programmes


Geographic map

Geographic Map

Geographic Map

Coverage: 15 radio stations and TV stations covering all 14 Administrative Districts in the country (national coverage).


Activities

Activities

Meetings

  • 3 pre-meetings &

  • 7 monthly stakeholder (CRC,UNDP) meetings


Activities1

Activities

Television

  • Theme song – 2- 4mins(1)

  • “Alive with CRC” – 60mins(28)

  • “TV Drama Series” – 15mins(7)

  • “We Yus” – 60min(7)

  • “Face to Face with Law”- 60min(28)

  • TV Commercial in 7 languages (3)

  • Broadcast Hours TV = 126hrs


Activities cont

Activities cont.

Radio

  • 7 jingles in 7 languages – 60 -90sec(49)

  • Radio Drama series- 15mins (14)

  • CRC Weekly rotational discussions – 60mins(28)

  • Broadcast Hours Radio = 429hrs


Activities cont1

Activities cont.

SMS Broadcasts

  • Africel and Airtel will send out 11 batches of text messages Month 1 = 4 (Airtel and Africell),

    Month 2 = 1 (Africell),

    Month 3 = 1 (Airtel)

    Month 4 = 1 (Africell),

    Month 5 = 1 (Airtel),

    Month 6 = 1 (Africell) and

    Month 7 = 2 (Airtel and Africell)


Outreach

Outreach

  • SLBC will deploy 2 staff to accompany and support the CRC in sittings around the country for 7visits.

  • SLBC staff will collect materials during outreach and edit them for radio and TV broadcasts

  • SLBC will organize regional discussions in community radios to support CRC sittings on location.


Public consultation

Public Consultation

The programme designs will sought the views, comments and opinions of citizens with particular emphasis on the following groups:

  • Youth groups, Women groups, Disability groups,

  • Paramount chiefs and traditional leaders,

  • Minority ethnic groups

  • Religious leaders,

  • Political parties and opinion leaders to generate programme content and feedback.


Feedback

Feedback

  • Report from 14 radio monitors

  • The SLBC will maintain two dedicated phone lines to receive and collate SMS comments during radio and TV programmes from the public for submission to CRC on a monthly basis.

  • Monthly meetings with CRC (information sharing, planning and feedback)

  • Quarterly and final reports


Slbc media support to crc

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