Christian Radio Gives Hope to Indonesia
October 4, 2018
As aid agencies scramble to help in the tsunami-stricken Indonesian island of Sulawesi, it’s a Christian broadcasting organisation that’s working on keeping vital communications going.
FEBC is working with local partners to set up a temporary radio station broadcasting critical information about food, water, roads, and power, using a portable studio in a suitcase.
Read more at: https://vision.org.au/radio/news/christian-radio-gives-hope-to-indonesia/
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