Media For Development

The development agenda in Kenya and Africa especially needs to be pushed in ways that inspire buy-in by all parties and stakeholders, for without this, it might inadvertently get a “neo-colonial” agenda tag. One of the best methods for inspiring effective participation and involvement by all across the academic strata is by the use of the media. Our media strategies are therefore cut out to do just that, an ability that places DTM in unique position given the crosscutting nature of media programmes as strategies that can be effortlessly applied across programmes addressing a variety of themes.

This is evident in the last 14 years of experience in which DTM has implemented programmes focussing on several development themes such as gender, governance, health, capacity building, youth, economic empowerment, child rights, environment, etc. In the next few years, additional focus will be placed on developing programmes for entrenching a constitutional culture in Kenya, raising public awareness on socioeconomic, political and other rights so as to facilitate the demand and protection of these rights.

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THE BARAZA is the development blog page created by DTM. Its main objective is to ensure that the work of development oriented organisations is well known by, and benefit a wide section of the targeted constituencies at the national and grassroots levels. There is a lot happening in the development sector which this media strategy now targets for sustained promotion.

This page will also publish media content developed by the teams from DTM’s capacity development programmes in the area of media and other contributions from local and international correspondents.

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