Where do you come from, a Radio experience

Kep City – Cambodia & Berlin – Germany – It was the third time that senior expert, teacher and journalist Wolfgang Bauernfeind and radio journalist Michael Ramm came to the Don Bosco Technical School to lead a workshop in media production and reporting with the students of social communication in Kep, Cambodia. A good summary of their first experience was aired in Alex Radio of Berlin in 2013 – here the link for those who can follow German:


Their third experience produced a more elaborated project involving students and teachers of the Don Bosco Kep social communication section – those of Sihanoukville could not attend this year. The radio documentary combines photography and audio and presents the daily life of a Cambodian Salesian center where young people look for a better future. Here the link and it can be followed entire in English, since all the interviewed agreed to speak in that language:


radio documentary first page

The Don Bosco social communications sections were created in 2007 by Fr. Samnang (Albeiro Rodas) as a project to give skills in media communication and social work to young people from rural areas and vulnerable communities. The purpose is that Cambodian people would be able to report about their own reality using the media and making a contribution to the current Cambodian development, reducing poverty and empowering a culture of participation and democracy. At the moment, some past pupils are involved in Cambodian media such as television, radio, newspapers and digital media of companies. The project has been supported by professional volunteers sharing with the students, but also Cambodian journalists and the same media.

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