Cambodia’s Voice of Persons with Disabilities marks #WorldRadioDay

Wednesday 13 February, 2019


Cambodia’s Voice of Persons with Disabilities (VPD) station will host with a series of special programs to mark World Radio Day (WRD) on February 13.

Launched in 2014, the station is operated by the Cambodian Disabled Peoples Organisation, and is based in Phnom Penh. 

It aims to generate awareness of the rights and capabilities of people with disabilities and to promote their socio-economic development.

VPD is broadcast in three provinces, on FM 92.25 MHz in Siem Reap, FM 88.75 MHz in Preah Sihanoukville, and FM 90.25 MHz in Svay Rieng.

To mark WRD, in addition to its regular social inclusion programs, VPD will broadcast special discussion programs on the power and influence of radio, and its cost-effectiveness as a tool to promote human values, equal opportunity, education and learning.

VPD Radio will also Facebook live-steam a panel discussion about the impact of radio and talk-back radio on free speech.

Country Cambodia
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