Revi Sterling from DAI together with EA-Nigeria staff and CAG members at the end of the maiden CAG meeting in Kano.

Revi Sterling from DAI together with EA-Nigeria staff and CAG members at the end of the maiden CAG meeting in Kano.

Revi Sterling from DAI together with EA-Nigeria staff and CAG members at the end of the maiden CAG meeting in Kano.

EAI Country Director Michael O'Mahony delivering his welcome address to the participants of Content Advisory Group (CAG) meeting of Madubi Program

EAI Country Director Michael O'Mahony delivering his welcome address to the participants of Content Advisory Group (CAG) meeting of Madubi Program

EAI Country Director Michael O'Mahony delivering his welcome address to the participants of Content Advisory Group (CAG) meeting of Madubi Program

A young participant contributing to discussion during one of the Listening, Discussion and Action Group (LDAG) meetings for Tech4Families (Fasaha A Rayuwar Iyali).

A young participant contributing to discussion during one of the Listening, Discussion and Action Group (LDAG) meetings for Tech4Families (Fasaha A Rayuwar Iyali).

A young participant contributing to discussion during one of the Listening, Discussion and Action Group (LDAG) meetings for Tech4Families (Fasaha A Rayuwar Iyali).

EAI Director of CVE Practice, Kyle Dietrich with participants of Tech Camp phase 2

EAI Director of CVE Practice, Kyle Dietrich with participants of Tech Camp phase 2

EAI Director of CVE Practice, Kyle Dietrich with participants of Tech Camp phase 2

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WELCOME TO

FARAR TATTABARA

Farar Tattabara (White Dove) is a regional transmedia messaging hub, focused on developing an effective youth-led prevention, Countering Violent Extremism (CVE), Peace Promotion ecosystem and alternative messaging strategy in Northern Nigeria and the Sahel region, using Hausa language as the major medium for communication. The White Dove program was launched by Equal Access International in 2017 with three original radio programs namely: Ina Mafita, Ilimi Abin Nema and Labarin Aisha.

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BACKGROUND

In 2013, EAI leveraged its extensive CVE work in the African Sahel to implement the first of its kind 24/7 Hausa television channel in Northern Nigeria, AREWA24. The multi-year project enabled local EAI staff to develop deep roots and scale our capacity to produce commercially-viable media rooted in social and behavior change communications.

AREWA24 is now an award-winning, locally owned, and independent media company. In 2016, EAI launched a regional Messaging Hub under the White Dove (Farar Tattabara, in Hausa) brand, to empower the vision and voices of youth and communities to tackle pressing social, behavioral and attitudinal issues.

OUR WORK

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AREWA24: First 24/7 Hausa language satellite television station in Northern Nigeria

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White Dove (Farar Tattabara) Alternative Messaging Hub in Northern Nigeria

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Strengthening Media Support for Community Accountability Measures
(SMSCAM)

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Bridging the
Gender Digital Divide:
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OUR REACH

With a reach of over 15 million listeners, EAI-Nigeria radio programs; Ina Mafita, Ilimi Abun Nema, Labarin Aisha, Madubi and Fasaha A Rayuwar Iyali are empowering a new generation of role models and informed messengers actively working to improve the lives of their families and communities in Northern Nigeria.

OUR BLOG

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Our Reach

With a reach of over 15 million listeners, the EAI-Nigeria radio programs; Ina Mafita, Ilimi Abun Nema, Labarin Aisha, Madubi and Fasaha A Rayuwar Iyali are empowering a new generation…
EAI Donor Visits (3)

International Donor Visit

Our donors from the Global Engagement Center and the US Embassy paid a courtesy visit to Equal Access Nigeria between Monday 21st May and Friday 25th May 2018. During the…

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Phone Number

+234 8099000696
+234 9080818484

Email

farartattabara@gmail.com
humanresourceng@equalaccess.org

Nigeria

Abuja: Wuse 2 Abuja, Nigeria.
Kano: Nassarawa GRA, Kano, Nigeria.

USA

1001 Connecticut, Ave, NW, Suite 909, Washington D.C, 20036 USA.

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