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Kshayawar Vijay - How does TB spread? (Victory on TB) (Marathi)

Tuberculosis is considered to be a communicable disease. This episode explains how TB spreads through the air mainly by coughs, sneezes and sputum. TB affects the people who generally have low levels of immunity. Cough hygiene is considered an important step in avoiding TB. Cough hygiene can be defined as the proper disposal of cough in such a way that it prevents the spread of infection to others. It can be done by using a handkerchief or napkin while coughing or sneezing and washing hands regularly. One should avoid spitting in open places. TB does not spread by touching the clothes or shaking hands with someone who is infected. This episode of ‘Kshayawar Vijay’ (Victory on TB) is part of a 16 episode series on Tuberculosis produced by Radio FTII with support from REACH Chennai.

This programme is part of REACH Chennai's collaboration with Community Radio Stations under Project Axshya.

 

 

 

Participants: Dr. Narendra Thakur, Dr. Sabane, Dr. Asmita Bodhe, DOT Provider
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Programme Format: Magazine
Date of Broadcast: 0000-00-00
Date of Upload: 2012-08-08 16:33:19
File Format: MP3
Themes: Health --> Diseases and Conditions

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<p>The FTII Community Radio was initiated with the thought that the infrastructure could provide for additional learning for FTII students. Soon it was realized that the Community Radio is different from conventional or commercial models of radio, especially as it can be a powerful tool in developmental communications reaching the unreached and due to the community service it can provide effectively.</p>

<p>FTII wasamongthe earliest applicants for aCommunity Radio licence in 2003. While the idea of a Community Radio Station was initially thought of as an additional learning tool for FTII students, it was also felt that using a radio station will provide an impetus to work ahead.</p>

Radio FTII broadcasts its programmes for approximately eight hours from 10:00 am – 5:30 pm.

Languages of Broadcast: Marathi, Hindi and English

Name of the Programme Format Description
Project Axshaya– Xshayavar Vijay(Marathi) Magazine Producing 16 Episodes on TB communication with 8 community meetings. 13 episodes are ready and on air. Each episode is aired twice in a week and once all episodes are over the complete serial will be repeated one episode a day
Mukta Samvad– With Dr. Anil Awachat (Marathi) A Dialogue with Q-A with youth An interactive programme with Dr Awachat – a famous writer, social worker and doctor – Live Programme on Radio FTII. After the Live Programme it is being repeated in parts.
Jamana 78 RPM cha(Marathi ) Informative Appreciating old songs recorded on 78 RPM shellac disks with appropriate information.
No Dues Certificate (A Programme in Hindi, English and Marathi Music with narration A programme on passing out FTII Students, their stay in Pune, their struggle with life in the campus, Experience sharing. Periodically being aired.
‘Wisdom Tree’ (A Programme in Hindi, English and Marathi) Interview A programme on FTII Students. Their aspirations, dreams challenges they are facing, experience sharing are aired.

Source: Compendium 2011 and 2012, CEMCA and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

<p>Signature Programme: Project Akshay-Kshayavar Vijay, Swastha Bharat, No Dues, Chalti ka Naam Gaadi. Community Participation: People within the catchment area of the Radio Station always come and participate. The interest in volunteerism is always poor and despite all our efforts, the immediate campus community is not much interested in the RadioFTII&rsquo;s activities as radio itself does not attract many who are concerned with the film making or with the Television. Innovations in format: We make programs in all formats.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships FTTI funded Infrastructure development and procurement of technical items was made through All India Radio&rsquo;s resources wing. FTTI has allocated initial funding of Rs 5 lakhs per year. Currently, FTII allots some budget to cover the running expenses and funds are also coming from workshops funded by UNICEF.</p>

<p>There has not been much impact of the Community Radio among the immediate community that resides in the campus, however has some impact on the neighbouring community outside the campus.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team:<br /> </strong>A core staff of four members is provided for. Volunteerism and internships are encouraged.</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:<br /> </strong>DJ Narain, Prakash Magdum, Sanjay Chandekar, VinayThorat, Mohan Deshpande, Vaishali Jundre, SandhyaDeorukhkar, Neeta Tupare, ArtiApte, Vishwas Nerlekar, GorakshanathKh and &nbsp;Swaroop Sardeshmukh</p>

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Phone: 9423142869
Email: sanjaychandekar@yahoo.com

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