TWR Burundi recently became the centre of a group project of at least eight organizations. Since May, the radio studios of our national partner office have been transformed into a television soundstage for the production of a series to reach youth on both sides of the violence and promote peace, reconciliation and respect for human rights.
In April violent protests broke out in Bujumbura, the capital city of Burundi. Children have been unable to attend school for over a month while roadblocks and demonstrations appear frequently.
Swaziland Transmitter Site Repairs
Peace was unexpectedly transformed into mayhem when a powerful storm damaged our transmitter site in Manzini Swaziland. Substantial damage was sustained to feed lines and a curtain antenna element when Manzini was hit by severe wind and hail on Sunday night, 19 April.
TWR Country Focus: Poland
Grace and peace be with you all. I want to share the story of my life with you. So far I have spent a total of 10 years in the penitentiary. I still have four years left to go.
My life can be described as a series of calamities. My father was an alcoholic and an executioner. He used to beat up my mother, and she did the same to me as a way of dealing with her stress. I ran away from home and used to do drugs.
TWR Country Focus: North Africa
I greet you, friends of God. I am your brother in Christ. Your programs on TWR are full of strength, to the point that even many of the elderly, who are experienced in the dominant religion of this region, are converted to Christ.
Listen to my grandfather's story. He was a fervent [believer in the dominant religion]. He mocked me and laughed when I told him that God's word in the Bible is true and that there is no truth in the [other religion’s scriptures].
TWR Country Focus: India
Bharat’s life changed when white patches suddenly began appearing on his body.
Bharat, who held a good government job and was living a comfortable, happy life, found himself sad and depressed as the ugly patches multiplied and spread each day.
He didn’t know what to do.