Podcasts Help to Quell Violence in Ethiopia's Refugee Camps

Over the past month, eight young Somali refugees have been trained and mentored to produce podcasts in the local language. Together with researchers on the team, they have been developing content they believe will be effective in changing the way domestic violence is viewed in their community, writes Machrine Birungi for VOA.

Podcasters are seen gathered at the Bokolmanyo refugee camp, in Bokolmanyo, Ethiopia.

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