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Welcome to AV Radio: a collaborative social development information exchange framework for community leadership and global activism. Our effort is best captured by the words of Simon Sinek: “The responsibility of leadership is not to come up with all the ideas, but to create an environment in which great ideas can happen.” Social development content is important to sustainable development and we are committed to continuing to improve our programs and outreach to our listeners. Intelligent discussions are no longer taking place in silos. If you have anything to say, here is the power to say it. The world is listening. Therefore, we encourage individuals who feel passionately concerned about social development to take advantage of this opportunity to using our platform to test new ideas, debate, ask questions and participate in sharing with other likeminded people from around the world during our live broadcast. Please join our weekly discussions live by phone or Skype and listen to program archives as we connect local individuals to the global communities. The objective of our programs is to serve as a platform for awareness campaign of independent advocacy groups, presentation of relative ideas and innovations on sustainable development; for facilitating cooperation, and for ideas generation and a spot for inspiring consensus and leadership on sustainable development. Our programs include discussions and presentations on the following categories: Environmental Awareness, Health Dialogues, Cultural Diversity, Family and Social life, Women Advancement, Technology, Economy and Finance, Psychology. Our host and guests include pundits from the private, public, academia, and independent sectors around the globe. Please visit our website ( for more information.

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THIS WEEK'S TOPIC : ? Women Hold up more than half the world? Focus on MDG 3 :Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women MDG5 : Improve Maternal Health Special Guest : Sean S Tedjarati MD, MPH, MBA (c) Dr.... more

There is an overarching stereotype about the absence of African men in family and community development. Some claim that African "Black" males have failed to protect their communities while some say African leaders are the... more

This past Friday, May 23rd, a massacre occurred, sparking a debate on women's rights. The massacre was committed by a twenty-two year old man who, before committing suicide, murdered six people. The shooter had been planning this... more

An Angel Goes Home Old age is such a blessing. But what good is it exactly? Methuselah, they say had lived for thousand years. But what for? Many people around the world shares a sense of loss about the recent passing of Maya... more

Given the recent Boko Haram conflict, the librarian war, and other inconspicuous, but salient everyday wars even in the neck of our woods, World Ebony Network continues to stand on the good traditional practices of our African ancestry and... more

Please join this week's discussion live by phone or Skype as we connect local individuals to the global communities. Intelligent discussions are no longer taking place in silos. If you have anything to say, here is the power to say it. The... more

(Stimulating desire and moving motions to eliminate of all forms of discrimination and racial conflicts from modern societies as examples for all other groups and societies) Come Celebrate With Us on May 21 at 12PM EST as we come... more

Topics covered: The Role of ethnicity and religion in Nigerian Politics: Making Sense of it all (What does it all mean?): The news of the Government College Chibok students (GCC) abduction came just less than 24 hours after Nigerians... more

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) was first identified in 1976, when it first appeared in 1976 in 2 simultaneous outbreaks, in Nzara, Sudan, and in Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo. The virus is named after the Ebola River, which runs near... more
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