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Let us sow the seed of victory (Kannada)   
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This programme informs community members about HIV/AIDS and why it is important to hold workshops and camps on HIV/AIDS.It also informs community members about health. 

HIV/AIDS (Importance of Counselling) (Kannada)   
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In this programme, we are focussing on the importance of counselling for those people living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS is not a communicable disease but when a person gets infected with AIDS, he or she gets secluded from the society and is not fully accepted by the community. Providing counselling sessions to those who are living with HIV/AIDS, would help them in gaining confidence.

Getting to Zero: Awareness on HIV/AIDS (Kannada)   
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To commemorate world HIV/AIDS Day, Janadhwani Community Radio is participating in a campaign against the spread of HIV/AIDS through series of radio programs. In this awareness campaign against HIV/AIDS and to eliminate discrimination and stigma that is attached to it, Janadhwani Community Radio station is producing and broadcasting programs that are based on giving basic information about what is HIV/AIDS, how its spread, ways on controlling HIV/AIDS, on Prevention of Parents to Child Transmission (PPTCT), etc. These programs are also aimed at disseminating information about the rights and entitlements that are available and ways to claim those rights for people living with the epidemic.  

The first campaign program is about the general health issue on HIV/AIDS which is based on between 2011-15, world AIDS Days theme of “Getting to Zero: Zero new HIV infection. Zero Discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths.” In this program the expert talks about Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), different modes of HIV transmission and ways of controlling the epidemic. 

Janadhwani

<p>A community which has timely access to information and actively participates in developmental processes. The mission of Janadhwani is to use Community Radio as a means to improve the quality of life of people in H D Kotetaluk in Karnataka.&nbsp;</p>

<p>H D Kotetaluk is considered as one of the most backward areas of Karnataka. The taluk has a tribal population of 15,000. Janadhwani&rsquo;s parent organisation, SVYM, has been working in H D Kotetaluk for the past 24 years and has felt that the community needs easy access to the information coming from the Government. Other modes like street plays, video shows, and group meetings targeted only a small section of the population. In the hilly terrain, the distribution of aeven newsletter or a newspaper is a challenge. To address this issue, we felt that a community radio station was needed in this taluk.</p>

Content is yet to be updated by the station.

<p>Signature Programmes: Akkahelubaarakka, Raitha Dhwani, Yuva Dhwani, Member Madamma, Kalarava, Arogyadangala, Nanga kadunangajana, NammaYojanegalu and NammaOori Doctor. Community Participation: The community has been involved in all the stages of the program design and development. Their role has been very important in anchoring, identification of resource persons, development of signature programs, content editing and feedback. Innovations in Format: Information of government schemes and policies through interviews involving all stakeholders (local Government officials, beneficiary community and NGOs). Other instances of innovations include compering in local dialect through two characters.</p>

<p>Initially, the setup was funded by BECIL as a part of its community social responsibility objectives. Later up-gradation of the Radio Station was funded by government of Karnataka and technical assistance and content creation training was provided by IT for Change. Presently, the Community Radio Station gets funds from mother NGO (SVYM). In future, we plan to focus on fund raising through local ads, submission of proposals to government departments and other agencies for awareness campaigns related to health, women empowerment, education and agriculture.</p>

<p>Will be updated soon.</p>

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Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement, Hanchipura road, Saraguru, H.D Kote Taluk, Mysore district, Karnataka
Phone: 9900053119, 9611539599
Email: janadhwani@svym.org.in

Frequency : 90.80000305175781
Broadcast hours : 6.30 to 8.00 and12.30 to 14.00 18.00 to 19.30 Hours
Established in : 2012-02-24
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